ABOUT APPLIED SCHOLASTICS
Students are not taught how to learn in school – they’re just told to learn! They are expected to learn their basics and their subjects but are never taught what learning is, what barriers they might run into and how to overcome such barriers.
The Applied Scholastics educational system delivers effective educational materials and innovative and internationally acclaimed study methods through using tools developed by American author and educator L. Ron Hubbard. This includes Study Technology founded upon decades of personal experience and educational research.
The first Applied Scholastics organisation was formed in 1972 by educators from colleges, universities, and both public and private schools. Currently, the Applied Scholastics’ network is composed of more than 614 schools, centres, community programmes and tutors who now operate in 64 countries over 6 continents around the world. Over 80 thousand educators, including teachers, business trainers, parents and tutors have been trained in Study Technology. To date over 19 million people from all walks of life have taken a course on Study Technology with Applied Scholastics.
Applied Scholastics: “Applied” means put to use or work; “Scholastics” means about learning or school; and Applied Scholastics means using what you learn.