Georgia’s dream program for the coming summer has been announced.
The Dream Program is being developed by the Georgia Dream Institute, which is an independent nonprofit organization.
The program, which will be held in Atlanta, will be run by the Dream Program Office, and will involve the Dream Institute’s students, teachers and staff in helping Georgia students overcome their learning challenges.
Georgia Dream Center director and CEO J.J. McBride said, “We are excited to welcome the Dream Team to our Dream Program.”
The Dream Team will be led by Dream Institute graduate student, Hannah C. Williams, who has been teaching English as a second language at the University of Georgia since March 2015.
“I’m very proud to be joining the Dream team and I look forward to the success of this program in Georgia,” said Williams.
The Dream Team includes about 1,000 students and 1,100 adults from Georgia’s major urban high schools, as well as students from other schools.
They will be supported by a team of mentors and teachers from Georgia Dream School, which has been training students in English as an additional language for nearly 20 years.
The goal of the Dream Academy is to “create an atmosphere that enables students to succeed academically and socially in their local communities.”
Georgia Dream Academy director and co-founder, Melissa L. Young, said, The Dream Academy hopes to provide students the opportunity to experience a world-class, diverse and multicultural environment where they can succeed academically and socially.
“The Dream Academy will serve as a training ground for the DreamTeam.
Students will take the Dream program’s online classes, while also being immersed in the classroom setting through the Dreamteam’s video classes and other educational opportunities.
The Georgia Dream Team also includes students from Atlanta’s Fulton County, and the Georgia Southern University.
The group will be comprised of students from Fulton, Clayton, Gwinnett, Clayton and Fulton County High Schools, as the majority of the program will be taught by the students from the Fulton County Schools.
The students will also be supported in their work by a number of professional mentors from Georgia schools, including the Georgia Professional Academies.”
We want to ensure that every student is provided the opportunity that they need to succeed in their academic and social endeavors,” Young said.