L. Ron Hubbard
"Today’s children will become tomorrow’s civilization,”
wrote L. Ron Hubbard in 1950.
“The end and goal of any society as it addresses the problems of education, is to raise the ability, the initiative and the cultural level, and with all these the survival level of that society. And when a society forgets any one of these things it is destroying itself by its own educational mediums.”
Decades later, Mr. Hubbard’s observation has proven nightmarishly accurate and the continued disintegration of many of our institutions may prove inevitable unless the deterioration of our educational systems is arrested.
Drawn from some four decades of experience as an educator, L. Ron Hubbard’s educational methods represent the first comprehensive understanding of the actual barriers to effective learning. Mr. Hubbard further developed a precise technology to overcome those barriers, and thus how to learn and apply any body of knowledge.
In total, his contribution to the field of education is known as Study Technology, and provides the first fully workable approach to teaching students how to learn. It offers methods for recognizing and resolving all difficulties in absorbing materials. Study Technology helps anyone to learn anything and has proven to achieve uniform, consistent results wherever it has been applied. Because it is based on fundamentals common to everyone, it cuts across economic, cultural or racial lines and can be used by all, regardless of age.
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L. Ron Hubbard
Author & Educator
Revitalizing Education Through Applied Scholastics
In April of 1976, Mr. Hubbard gifted his educational research and breakthrough discoveries to Applied Scholastics, he wrote:
“It is of vital importance, as you are aware, that the quality of education be revitalized and improved."
“As Man is as able as he can learn and know, it is urgent that a workable learning technology is available to him."
“I therefore have extended to Applied Scholastics Inc. and its subordinate organizations the fruit of my research and goodwill in the form of authorization to use those of my copyrighted materials, trade marks and names, and patents which I have designated for use in the field of education."
“My support in this manner will remain so long as, in my estimation, Applied Scholastics, Inc. and its subordinate organizations make proper use of these rights and ensure technical excellence.”
L. Ron Hubbard is widely known as an educator, a writer and above all a humanitarian. His career spanned more than 50 years during which he produced over 5,000 writings and over 3,000 tape recorded lectures. In country after country he received wide acclaim for his writings and for his educational methods, which have helped millions of people lead happier, more successful lives.