During the 1987-88 school year the small community of the East Gibson School District in south-western Indiana was embroiled in a dispute over a “thinking skills” program which had been implemented that fall. Supporters viewed the new “knowledge transfer” methods as innovative blessings to help equip our students with the scientific and technological knowledge necessary for the twenty-first century. Another group which became a much larger group–recognized elements of hypnosis–an altered state of consciousness, at best an affective thinking which reduced children to “sponges” being programmed with information.

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