I'm a sap for feel-good stories. The "underdog coming up from behind" type of stories.
But this story is one for the books. It's not just a feel-good, underdog story. It's a story that is true and one that is changing lives as sure as we are breathing right now.
It's a story about unlocking potential in impoverished schools and communities. And it could even change the way you are teaching right now.