As a special education teacher (40 years) I always focused on the potential within each individual, that it is possible to elicit that potential and consequently provide him/her success in school. Idealistic but firmly rooted in reality, I've guided students from experiences of total failure to honor roll achievements.
The website provides lots of free information in addition to 2 interrelated products I'm marketing. The bulk are special techniques I developed to address deficit skills that keep students from being successful. The other is an assessment process (via the internet) that identifies what critical skills a child may not have and that cause difficulties.
Academic success offers both students and their parents the hope that education should be offering (but doesn't). When parents consistently implement the methods, miracles happen: 2-6 years academic growth in less than a year. If the parents themselves have deficits, the methods could improve the skills of two generations simultaneously. Then 2 generations would have higher work-applicable skills.
The culture/personality I'm trying to get across is that all is possible, that overcoming obstacles is easy, that success is not only for the few, that families can be closer and more supportive of each other, that hope and wishes can become real for everyone.