Hubbard Teachings in Public Classrooms - 1997-07-27

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F47.png Hubbard Teachings in Public Classrooms July 27, 1997, Duke Helfand, Special Report, Los Angeles Times

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 schools and to seek an opinion from the state Department of Education on the legality of using the materials.

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