"Right from the beginning I worked on a single principle. These students would never know they couldn’t be successful – I would inspire them to believe they could win.” - Salome Thomas-EL
It takes a remarkable human being to dedicate his life to those nobody else believes in. Salome Thomas-EL is such a man, driven by a larger purpose, who became a true hero to hundreds of troubled students in Philadelphia.
Dr. Oz and Lisa Oz talk with principal Salome Thomas-El, contributor on the Dr. Oz Show, about how to be a positive role model for children.
Participants talked about literacy rates and reading levels of youth in the black community, the quality of education in urban and predominantly black schools, as well as successful reading…
Mr. Thomas-El was interviewed live. Mr. Reed responded to audience telephone calls in a call-in format.