Public school teachers using methods of controversial Scientology - 1997-07-28

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F372.png Public school teachers using methods of controversial Scientology July 28, 1997, Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) _ At least three public school teachers are using Scientology teachings in their classrooms and one of them is hoping to establish a separate tax-funded "charter school" using the same methods.

District officials say they want to make sure using texts by the late L. Ron Hubbard, the controversial founder of the Church of Scientology, wouldn't violate the city's policy on religion in schools.

"I think we need to get more information on what this educational philosophy is so that we feel comfortable that it doesn't have religious overtones," said board president Julie Korenstein.


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