Teacher on the Salaomon Islands are enthusiastic about the presented Hubbard learning methodology, because it addresses the honorary Scientology exactly on the needs of teachers and students the Solomon Islands visited clergy, to help the local education emergency. They presented the Hubbard learning methodology and held a series of seminars for students and teachers. The Solomon Islands are a group of islands of New Guinea, in the South Pacific to the Southeast and are among one of the poorest States of Oceania. According to human development index (HDI, index of human development), are the Solomon Islands at the education and living standards on space 142 by 187 countries. The HDI is trying to clarify the State of human development in the countries of the world since 1990 with a measure. This index is published annually in the world development report (HDR), which publishes the UN. In the recent UNESCO Education report are the Solomon Islands to place 126 from 160 countries. The key to improving this ranking and the standard of living on the Islands is education, because education is the main starting point for the improvement of social conditions in poorer countries.
The honorary Scientology clergy decided to help the Solomon Islands contributing to improving the educational standards of their culture. In the form of a goodwill tour South Pacific”, held the honorary Scientology a series of seminars clergy in recent weeks and presented the successful of the religion’s founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard learning methodology. The seminars and workshops were held for teachers as well as students at 31 schools in Guadalcanal. The teacher spoke very positively about the presented Hubbard learning methodology. A teacher from the Lunga School found very interesting and encouraging, the Hubbard learning methodology because it attracts precisely the needs of teachers and students. A teacher from the Tamboko School found very good, because he now now can understand well the learning difficulties of his students and the reasons the workshop about the Hubbard learning methodology.