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Special Report: Hubbard Teachings in Public Classrooms

Title: Special Report: Hubbard Teachings in Public Classrooms
Date: Sunday, 27 July 1997
Publisher: Los Angeles Times (California)
Author: Duke Helfand
Main source: studytech.org
Alternate and/or complementary: articles.latimes.com, link (342 KiB)

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As the Los Angeles Board of Education grapples with whether to approve a new charter school that would feature the teaching methods of L. Ron Hubbard, the late founder of the Church of Scientology, a handful of district teachers say they have been using those techniques for years and keep copies of Hubbard's works in their classrooms. The controversy over the use of Hubbard's methods–known as Applied Scholastics–has prompted district officials to undertake a review of policies on religion in public ... [Read the rest at studytech.org]