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 Applied Scholastics

This is our archive of news items tagged Applied Scholastics.

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Thursday February 28, 2013
Religion News Briefs:
Former teachers and administrators are concerned that at-risk students at the Phoenix-based Career Success charter school district have been exposed to teaching methods tied to the Church of Scientology

Thursday July 8, 2010
Scientology:
Scientology Concerned parents contacted a television station about one of the groups approved for tutoring by D.C.’s Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) – a group that has connections to the founder of the Church of Scientology.

Applied Scholastics International, a Scientology front group, is one of 29 tutoring services listed in the Title I Supplemental Educational Services Guide.

Tuesday March 3, 2009
Scientology:
Scientology Religion News Blog’s roundup of Scientology-related stories includes a look at • Katie Holmes’ diet • Scientology front group offers tutoring • the ‘Church’ is building a ‘mission’ near John Travolta’s home.

Plus: • Actor John Duignan talks about his experiences during 22 years in the cult. Also, • a California town will again look at an ordinance that would limit picketing outside homes in unincorporated Riverside County, including dormitories at the Church of Scientology’s compound near Hemet.

Friday September 19, 2008
QuackeryScientology:
Scientology Some parents are upset with a study method introduced by a Montessori school in northwest Toronto, which they say has its roots in the Church of Scientology.

Marketed by one of the cult’s front groups, the method uses ideas promoted by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.