Teacher of the Month cultivates love for science in a no bullying zone

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With the new school year well underway, WGN’s Teacher of the Month is back, too.  We’re putting the spotlight on educators making a difference. The new season kicks off with a teacher who taps into her students’ natural curiosity to build their love for science. And for one student with a learning disability, his teacher’s formula proved to be a huge success.

Ms Alison Schroeder is a 7th grade science at Memorial Junior High School in south suburban Lansing.

“I don`t think I do anything different than any other educator out there. our goals as educators is to see our kids grow, develop and become lifelong learners,” she says.

WGN’s Muriel Clair has more.

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