"Green Meadow assigned another teacher to teach with Mr. Schwartz in his class for that last week of school and to accompany him for all graduation activities. It then severed its professional relationship with him after the term ended."
|Schwartz with a 4th grade class at Green Meadow in 2001 - photo Kathy Gardner|
|Schwartz on the Radio|
|Schwartz using his teaching|
status to promote Waldorf products
Nov 8, 2006
Hi All,Eugene Schwartz is coming to town and needs a place to call home. He arrives on Sunday, Nov. 12th and leaves on Wednesday, Nov. 15th. He will be spending 3 days at Highland hall and will have a car.Please call ASAP if you can help.
Communication & Outreach
Highland Hall Waldorf School
Schwartz has issued a letter of rebuttal:
Recently the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America forwarded a summary report from the Green Meadow Waldorf School to your school. That report contained a number of serious allegations against me.
I want to assure you that these allegations are false, and they should never have been disseminated. Based on them, some schools have rushed to judgment about me without seeking to discover the truth.
To address this libel and the defamation of my character, I have retained the services of Janis Law, LLC, of Malvern, PA. We have submitted a complaint against Green Meadow Waldorf School and against the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America, and we will take whatever further action may be needed to resolve this matter.
I appreciate the support from so many of you and look forward to having my name cleared of these baseless allegations.
It appears everyone is hiding something. We know Waldorf schools are predisposed to lie to people. We know Waldorf teachers are equally predisposed to dishonesty. I'm hoping we will ALL learn the FULL truth about what has happened here, but I don't want to get my hopes up.