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As recently as 40 years ago, an African American president seemed impossible in America. In 2008, when Barack Obama was sworn in as the American head of state, the long road for civil rights seemed to at last have reached its end. Therefore, take a moment to revisit Barack's journey in becoming the first African American President of the United States of America. Phelesha As recently as 40 years ago, an African American president seemed impossible in America. In 2008, when Barack Obama was sworn in as the American head of state, the long road for civil rights seemed to at last have reached its end. Therefore, take a moment to revisit Barack's journey in becoming the first African American President of the United States of America. Phelesha Hamilton, Author; endeavored Read2Believe (R2B); her Reading Evolution (found in her books) begins in Dallas, Tx. Hamilton's Reading Evolution is a theory-based-system that is used to help students develop a love for reading by helping to find their niche. Through environmental genetics a new reading discovery is detective. In doing so, YesIamABeliever (YIAAB) Group believes in the reading success of all. All reading opportunities are designed to empower, while exhibiting the love and support needed to succeed. Phelesha Hamilton encourages you to READ! YesIamABeliever Group's managers, volunteers, and affiliates believes in Education. Intercity Promise Note invented by Author Phelesha Hamilton states when educating the whole child you have to stick with home life. Otherwise you will loose the attention of the child and the interest of your work. Children are more attentive to their home life. Spending only eight hours five days a week is not enough time to retrain a student to be better. Therefore, focusing on their environmental genetics will help produce teachable learners. It will cost more to imprison a child then to educate them. Author Phelesha Hamilton's solution, Read2Believe (R2B); strategically written to focus on building the confidence in ALL Readers in grades pre-k thru12. We believe that if we invest now, we want worry later. Read2Believe; a historical literary initiative, infuses learning with goal setting techniques to make learning seem smarter and less tiresome. Stay motivated by finding the time to READ! The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) is the most recent iteration of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), the major federal law authorizing federal spending on programs to support K-12 schooling. ESEA is the largest source of federal spending on elementary and secondary education. NCLB and Accountability Although NCLB covers numerous federal education programs, the law's requirements for testing, accountability, and school improvement receive the most attention. NCLB requires states to test students in reading and mathematics annually in grades 3-8 and once in grades 10-12. States must test students in science once in grades 3-5, 6-8, and 10-12. Individual schools, school districts and states must publicly report test results in the aggregate and for specific student subgroups, including low-income students, students with disabilities, English language learners, and major racial and ethnic groups. NCLB required states, school districts, and schools to ensure all students are proficient in grade-level math and reading by 2014. States define grade-level performance. Schools must make "adequate yearly progress" toward this goal, whereby proficiency rates increase in the years leading up to 2014. The rate of increase required is chosen by each state. In order for a school to make adequate yearly progress (AYP), it must meet its targets for student reading and math proficiency each year. A state's total student proficiency rate and the rate achieved by student subgroups are all considered in the AYP determination. www.yesiamabeliever.com


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As recently as 40 years ago, an African American president seemed impossible in America. In 2008, when Barack Obama was sworn in as the American head of state, the long road for civil rights seemed to at last have reached its end. Therefore, take a moment to revisit Barack's journey in becoming the first African American President of the United States of America. Phelesha As recently as 40 years ago, an African American president seemed impossible in America. In 2008, when Barack Obama was sworn in as the American head of state, the long road for civil rights seemed to at last have reached its end. Therefore, take a moment to revisit Barack's journey in becoming the first African American President of the United States of America. Phelesha Hamilton, Author; endeavored Read2Believe (R2B); her Reading Evolution (found in her books) begins in Dallas, Tx. Hamilton's Reading Evolution is a theory-based-system that is used to help students develop a love for reading by helping to find their niche. Through environmental genetics a new reading discovery is detective. In doing so, YesIamABeliever (YIAAB) Group believes in the reading success of all. All reading opportunities are designed to empower, while exhibiting the love and support needed to succeed. Phelesha Hamilton encourages you to READ! YesIamABeliever Group's managers, volunteers, and affiliates believes in Education. Intercity Promise Note invented by Author Phelesha Hamilton states when educating the whole child you have to stick with home life. Otherwise you will loose the attention of the child and the interest of your work. Children are more attentive to their home life. Spending only eight hours five days a week is not enough time to retrain a student to be better. Therefore, focusing on their environmental genetics will help produce teachable learners. It will cost more to imprison a child then to educate them. Author Phelesha Hamilton's solution, Read2Believe (R2B); strategically written to focus on building the confidence in ALL Readers in grades pre-k thru12. We believe that if we invest now, we want worry later. Read2Believe; a historical literary initiative, infuses learning with goal setting techniques to make learning seem smarter and less tiresome. Stay motivated by finding the time to READ! The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) is the most recent iteration of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), the major federal law authorizing federal spending on programs to support K-12 schooling. ESEA is the largest source of federal spending on elementary and secondary education. NCLB and Accountability Although NCLB covers numerous federal education programs, the law's requirements for testing, accountability, and school improvement receive the most attention. NCLB requires states to test students in reading and mathematics annually in grades 3-8 and once in grades 10-12. States must test students in science once in grades 3-5, 6-8, and 10-12. Individual schools, school districts and states must publicly report test results in the aggregate and for specific student subgroups, including low-income students, students with disabilities, English language learners, and major racial and ethnic groups. NCLB required states, school districts, and schools to ensure all students are proficient in grade-level math and reading by 2014. States define grade-level performance. Schools must make "adequate yearly progress" toward this goal, whereby proficiency rates increase in the years leading up to 2014. The rate of increase required is chosen by each state. In order for a school to make adequate yearly progress (AYP), it must meet its targets for student reading and math proficiency each year. A state's total student proficiency rate and the rate achieved by student subgroups are all considered in the AYP determination. www.yesiamabeliever.com

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