Applied Scholastics Tutors Still Approved in 11 States (2010-11)

Applied Scholastics ExposedDuring the 2009-10 school year, Applied Scholastics (AS) was on the approved under Federal NCLB legislation as Supplemental Education Services (SES) list in 14 states. This was slightly higher from our previous report at the end of the 2008-09 school year.

For the 2010-11 school year, Applied Scholastics continue to be approved in 11 states, with reports of considerable questions being raised about the numbers of students actually attending AS classes. Several states who have dropped Applied Scholastics from the approved SES lists have stated that lack of utilization was one of the main reasons.

States that have dropped Applied Scholastics from 2008 through 2010 included California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia and Kansas. The following list is the States where Applied Scholastics was currently approved as of April 2011.

1. District of Columbia [pdf]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

2. Illinois [doc]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

3. Indiana. Contact info is on the same page. (more contacts)

4. Iowa [pdf]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

5. Louisiana [doc]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

6. Massachusetts. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

7. Missouri [pdf]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

8. New Mexico [xls]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

9. Tennessee [pdf]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

10. Texas [xls]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

11. Washington State [pdf]. Contact info to file complaints here. (more contacts)

For more information and additional ammunition for use with countering the cult infiltration disguised as SES tutors in the States listed above, check out the new Applied Scholastics Exposed Info Pack collection of documents on scribd compliments of whyweprotest.net.

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Applied Scholastics Has Infiltrated the Boards of Ed of at least Eleven States

The Boards of Education of at least 11 states list Applied Scholastics as an approved provider of educational services. Would these boards continue to work with Applied Scholastics if they were made aware that Applied Scholastics is a Scientology entity?

Massachusetts. Contact info to complain here.

California. Contact info to complain here.

Indiana. Contact info is on the same page.

Missouri [pdf]. Contact info to complain here.

Kansas. Contact info is on the same page.

Texas. Contact info is at the bottom of the page.

Colorado. Contact info to complain here [pdf].

Tennessee [pdf]. Contact info to complain here.

Washington State [MS Word doc]. Contact info to complain here.

New Mexico. Contact info to complain here.

Louisiana [pdf]. Contact info is at the bottom of the page.

Florida is still in appeals and has not completed their list.

Educators are either ignorant to the fact that Applied Scholastics effectively is Scientology, or they’ve been assured that the two have no connection. Keep the following in mind when complaining or when speaking to educators: The Church of Scientology International (CSI) declared that Applied Scholastics is part of its “social betterment program” in its Form 1023 statement to the IRS, which was part of the 1993 agreement granting Scientology tax exempt status. The Agreement refers to Applied Scholastics as one of a number of “Scientology-related entities.” Its connection to Scientology is extensively documented on this site. Applied Scholastics exists for the purpose of covertly delivering Scientology to a broader section of society than would otherwise be receptive to it, including your school-age children.

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ASI’s application to Colorado Ed Board

Applied Scholastics 2006 application to the Colorado State Board of Education to provide supplemental educational services

Applied Scholastics International of St. Louis, MO was certified by the Colorado State Board of Education as a Supplemental Educational Services (SES) provider. Here is a copy of their application form (20 page PDF file).

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