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One of the greatest things a teacher can do is encourage their classroom to interact and participate in something much greater than coursework. Kendrah Underwood, teacher of forensic science at Butler College Prep in Chicago, Illinois is the kind of gal to keep up on the trends. Her classroom is well-rounded, providing students with the opportunity to express themselves in a safe environment. She's got the kids taking the, "what would you do for that grade?" challenge but with a positive spin on it!

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