Willmar, Minn., educator's high expectations pay dividends
WILLMAR -- If the students in Shawn Mueske's biology classes are studying about fingerprints, shoeprints, blood typing, throat cultures or bacteria in food, he uses samples from students and gets them involved in the learning.
He cares about them, and they know it.
"I get very good students; I would call them exceptional," Mueske, a biology instructor, said in his office last week. "I put the bar very high, and I will never lower that bar.
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