Alisa Didn’t Have a Chance
By the fourth grade, she could barely read at a first grade level. And her math skills were just as bad.
Her life at home was a dismal. Brothers who were known as troublemakers in the community, little income coming to the family, a missing father . . . and Alisa was left with a sense of helplessness.
At eight-years-old, she had already given up. She was sullen and defeated. Statistically, she was destined for a life of...Read more >