In room 203 at Woodrow Wilson High in Long Beach, California, one of the most amazing stories was created between a teacher and her class of students.  Erin Gruwell had just gotten her degree and starting her journey in the field of teaching.  She landed a job at Woodrow Wilson High.  She was thrown into a classroom of students who were labeled "unteachable."  These students have experienced violence, drugs, and alcohol first-hand.  Every single one of them were exposed to it during their life.  Erin did whatever she could to help these children, she even worked two extra jobs so she was able to pay for books for the children's use.  Erin bought several books for the students.  These books include Schindler's List, The Diary of a Young Girl, Zlata's Diary, and Night.  These books showed people during a hard time in heir life and how they managed to get out of it and survive. Erin had the students make a journal about what they were feeling and experiencing in their lives.  These journals were lated made into a book and published as, The Freedom Writers Diary- How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them.  These "unteachable" students worked hard to not only better themselves but better their community.  Each one of them graduated high school and went on to attend college. Today this book of journals is an inspiration to any becoming teacher out there.  Anyone is able to learn, they just have to have the motivation and the desire to want to.  Any teacher can impact a child's life in a tremendous way and leave an impression on them for a life time.