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Nov 6, 2007
Tom Cruise Rewards Scientology Honchos — FOX News
Type: Press
Author(s): Roger Friedman
Source: FOX News
Sunday night, Tom Cruise rewarded high-ranking members of the Church of Scientology with tickets to a private screening of his new movie, "Lions for Lambs." This is the provocative anti-war movie which he executive-produced for United Artists with partner Paula Wagner. I rather doubt that director Robert Redford, who's also a co-star, and Cruise's other co-star, Meryl Streep, had any idea that the screening room at the Museum of Modern Art and the cocktail party following was full of Scientologists, including ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 11, 2007
Xenu Goes Uptown // Scientology Makes a Major Move into Harlem. But why? — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Chloe Hilliard
Source: Village Voice
Recently, the Church of Scientology announced that it was purchasing three buildings on East 125th Street for an estimated $10 million. Since 2003, the controversial religion had been running a mostly overlooked storefront on Third Avenue between 122nd and 123rd streets, but the new expansion marks a major move into Harlem. The buildings will be fully renovated and turned into not only a church, but a community center with the usual Scientology programs: job training, literacy and drug rehab. Media reports ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 29, 2007
School to use Hubbard theories — Janesville Gazette
Type: Press
Author(s): Frank Schultz
Source: Janesville Gazette
Here's the connection between a tiny new school in Janesville and Scientology: L. Ron Hubbard founded Scientology, a religion popular among some Hollywood types such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta. Hubbard wrote science fiction books, but he also wrote about education. His educational theories are the basis for something called Applied Scholastics. Applied Scholastics is the method used by Sequoia Academy, a fledgling school that will open its doors Sept. 4 in the home of Christine Koth on the city's ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 11, 2007
Scientologists find unlikely allies in other faiths — Florida Times-Union
More: jacksonville.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Matt Sedensky
Source: Florida Times-Union
TAMPA, Fla. - The Rev. Charles Kennedy travels the country preaching the brilliance of L. Ron Hubbard’s words. Children in his after-school program learn with the Scientology founder’s methods; church members study one of his books. The minister calls Scientologists the kindest people he’s met and their programs the best he’s found. One thing sets Kennedy apart: He and his congregants are not Scientologists. They are Christians. The Glorious Church of God in Christ here is among a number of houses ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 2, 2007
Quincy to be Literacy Center's main office — Quincy Herald Whig
Type: Press
Author(s): Steve Eighinger
Source: Quincy Herald Whig
Bishop E.L. Warren says the goal is far-reaching, but so is the problem it is addressing. "The purpose of this is to eradicate illiteracy and provide a new place of learning and hope in downtown Quincy," he said. Warren, who pastors the Cathedral of Worship, 215 N. 25th, and is the head of E.L. Warren Ministries International, said earlier this week that Quincy will be the headquarters of the Vision Literacy Center. There will be 52 learning centers around the world, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 20, 2007
Scientology makes it in classroom door — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Robert Farley
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BATON ROUGE, La. — Inside the industrial looking brick walls of one of Louisiana's poorest performing middle schools, Scientologists finally have achieved a longtime goal. A study skills curriculum written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard is being taught as mainstream public education. All the eighth-graders at Prescott Middle School are being taught learning techniques Hubbard devised four decades ago when he set out to remedy what he viewed as barriers to learning. The curriculum and textbooks used by Prescott's 156 ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 24, 2007
Quality of tutors goes unchecked — The Wichita Eagle
Type: Press
Author(s): Icess Fernandez
Source: The Wichita Eagle
Here's a word problem for you: There are two tutoring programs in a Wichita school. One is very structured, complete with math worksheets and teachers giving direction. The other focuses on helping students explore learning with such techniques as playing with dough. Both are part of a $1 million federally mandated experiment. Which one will be the most effective in raising students' assessment test scores? Answer: No one will know until next year. And that's the real problem, some local educators ...
Apr 16, 2007
State has little say in programs: 'NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND' LAW — The Wichita Eagle
Type: Press
Author(s): Icess Fernandez
Source: The Wichita Eagle
Here's a word problem for you: There are two tutoring programs in a Wichita school. One is very structured, complete with math worksheets and teachers giving direction. The other focuses on helping students explore learning with such techniques as playing with dough. Both are part of a $1 million federally mandated experiment. Which one will be the most effective in raising students' assessment test scores? Answer: No one will know until next year. And that's the real problem, some local educators ...
Mar 27, 2007
Scientology's New European Offensive: The March of the 'Orgs' — Spiegel
Type: Press
Author(s): Holger Stark
Source: Spiegel
Scientology has started a new propaganda offensive in Europe, opening new offices in capitals across the continent. German authorities are responding by increasing their efforts to monitor the controversial organization. At first sight, the building in Berlin's Charlottenburg neighborhood looks like a run-of-the-mill office complex: a functional, seven-story construction covered with glass windows. The young receptionist is dressed in black and wears a futuristic-looking headset. But for Scientologists, the building is a chapel, a place for studying their own doctrine and, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 17, 2007
Hubbard Love — Sunday Herald
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