Studytechnology
Finding Solutions to a Troubled Society
Handling Education [Drug and illiteracy] On A Country Wide Scale
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It is impossible to ignore the signs of decay so prevalent in society
today—drug abuse, criminality, failing education and moral decline. As part of its mandate to provide news in the public interest, Freedom has regularly reported on the activities of individual organizations actively working to resolve such problems.
This includes the many concerned Scientologists who are providing solutions though the secular application of L. Ron Hubbard’s technology. The word technology is used to describe “the methods of application of the principles of something, as opposed to mere knowledge of the thing itself.” The principles Mr. Hubbard developed provide solutions to many of society’s most difficult problems.

It is the workability of this secular technology in its broad application that has united both Scientologists and non-Scientologists alike since the 1960s to effectively arrest the decline of our society and rid the world of its devastating social ills.

This web site features the work of individuals and programs which are effectively resolving the scourges of drugs, illiteracy and crime.


Audio Commentary [Drug Education and Study Technology]
Bobby Wiggins
Saving Children from the Ravages of Drugs [Audio Commentary]  Windows Media Player
Each year, more than 3 million young people ages 10 to 14 try illegal drugs. This is a crisis which threatens the very fabric of our nation. For more than a decade one man [Bobby Wiggins] has dedicated himself to saving children's lives by providing them with what he calls "little pieces of truth" about the dangers of illegal substances. Through his program, he has reached millions of children around the world and this is his story.

Issac Hayes

Learning How to Learn: A New Door to Greater Heights
[Audio Commentary] Windows Media Player

Blessed with abundant resources in undeveloped land and a proud, enterprising people. Ghana is one of the emerging new nations of Africa.

But building a civilization was a lost dream with schools unable to provide the men of learning its countries so desperately needed, until a chance meeting between a Princess of the Ada region and a world famous American entertainer [Issac Hayes, World Literacy Crusade] sparked a shared commitment to helping the African people. This is the story of how together they brought new hope to Ghana.


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