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Green Bay expands traditional education with specialty schools

9:00 AM, Mar. 16, 2013
Alex Brunette, 15, stands by as Dylan Weires, 15, applies some epoxy to the motor casing of a rocket Thursday at the John Dewey Academy of Leanring on Green Bay's east side.
Alex Brunette, 15, stands by as Dylan Weires, 15, applies some epoxy to the motor casing of a rocket Thursday at the John Dewey Academy of Leanring on Green Bay's east side.
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For some Green Bay students, school no longer is about sitting behind a desk listening to a teacher lecture.

Rhiannon Cooper put the finishing touches on a self-directed class project about asthma Friday at the John Dewey Academy of Learning in Green Bay, and tweaked a proposal for an upcoming project about tea.

"My sister has asthma, and I wanted to learn more about what she's going through," Cooper said. "And I want to learn more about the healthful benefits of tea." ...

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