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Jun 10, 2009 Study Technology: Is it the answer to Ja's learning problems? — Jamaica Gleaner
A decades-old teaching concept developed by scientology founder, the late L. Ron Hubbard, which appears to guarantee increased learning when applied correctly, has reached Jamaica, after having made an impact in more than 70 countries. Hubbard, who died in January 1986, developed a revolutionary concept called Study Technology, in the early 1960s, after his investigations into what was causing the decline in learning abilities of his students. In 1972, based on Hubbard's concept, Applied Scholastics International (ASI), a non-profit, public benefit ...
May 25, 2009 Týden: Scientologists to open primary school in Czech Republic — Prague Daily Monitor
Prague Daily Monitor
Brno, South Moravia, May 24 (CTK) — The Czech Education Ministry has approved the establishment of a primary school in Brno that will teach children according to the method of scientology founder Ron Hubbard, the weekly Tyden writes in its issue out on Monday. The school opens in September. The education is allegedly to be completely non-religious, Tyden adds. Yet a couple of years ago the Education Ministry called scientologists a dangerous sect. In some countries they are even monitored by ...
May 23, 2009 Teaching to learn // Local pastor wants to introduce tutoring program — WEEK (Peoria-Bloomington, Illinois)
WEEK (Peoria-Bloomington, Illinois)
A Peoria pastor wants to see District 150 schools adopt a program that tutors young people on how to better motivate themselves. Reverend Ernest Rodgers held a meeting Saturday at the Greater Apostolic Bibleway Church to introduce parents, students and District 150 assistant superintendent Herschel Hannah to the Applied Scholastics Achievement program. Rodgers was sold on the program during a recent trip to a school in St. Louis. "I was so impressed," said Rodgers. "Kids were testifying how the program worked. ...
Apr 29, 2009 Martin Hamilton-Smith humiliated by forged 'Labor invoices' — The Advertiser
OPPOSITION Leader Martin Hamilton-Smith has admitted he used fake documents for a parliamentary attack accusing Premier Mike Rann of corruption.
He apologised to Parliament over his reliance on faked documents linking Mr Rann to a supposed illegal $20,000 donation from an organisation linked to the Church of Scientology.
Mr Hamilton-Smith told Parliament on Tuesday that Mr Rann had a meeting with Applied Scholastics, an education company linked to the Church of Scientology, in Melbourne to smooth the way for "special treatment" ...
Mar 1, 2009 Controversial church linked to tutors on state list — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A tutoring agency in Cobb County with ties to the Church of Scientology has drawn critics along with federal dollars. Applied Scholastics pledges to offer only secular lessons. But critics who lodged four complaints last year against the nonprofit — which uses Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s teachings — wrote they feared it wouldn’t keep ideology out of the classroom. State education officials began an annual inspection in February and will observe the group’s tutoring this month. The review will include ...
Feb 3, 2009 [ABLE and other Scientology-linked secular fronts]
Lawrence H. "Larry" Brennan
I worked on the corporate restructuring in the early 80s that lead to the various “ABLE” groups (Narconon, Applied Scholastics, etc.) falling under the “ABLE” umbrella which in turn was 100% controlled by organized scientology’s Sea Organization under different corporate umbrellas (mostly Church of Scientology International “CSI"). I also handled or oversaw the handling of all their main legal matters around the world as part of the Guardian’s Office for some seven years prior to that.
Prior to the “corporate sortout” ...
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