Landmark College began as
the vision Dr. Charles Drake who wanted to provide students with
specific learning disabilities a liberal arts education. It is
situated on the former site of Windham College, and land of the
Abenaki Native American tribe.
When Windham College of Putney,
VT closed in 1978, the townspeople of Putney felt strongly that
they wanted the campus to remain an institution of higher learning.
Now students learn skills that will enable them to be successful
students and citizens.
In addition, Landmark College
shares it's expertise with educators from all over the world.
The National Institute Workshops offers courses and training
opportunities for teachers to learn how to empower their students
to be more successful and confident.