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Old 06-09-2010, 01:19 PM
 
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Our family currently lives in Philadelphia. Our son is going into 3rd grade this fall and our daughter into 1st grade. We have great public schools here in the suburbs but we look for something different for our kids, something like Waldorf Schools, Sudbury School or other progressive schools, preferably charter or very low cost.

We want to move closer to NYC, to an area commutable by train, 1-2 hours of commute, as I do not plan to go every day to nyc and work from home mostly, or maybe even closer to nyc if the school is right.

any ideas ideas or suggestion will be most appreciated!
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