Carrie Schroeder graduated with honors from Rowan University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in Special Education. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Educational Technology and Innovation at Capella University. She is a Level 1 certified Wilson Reading System interventionist and is skilled at teaching reading to students with a variety of disabilities including dyslexia, autism, and SLD. She has many other skill sets to provide intervention and enrichment to students including the areas of grammar and writing, social studies and science. She has worked as an educator for Williamstown Middle School for 18 years. She has also had many years of experience tutoring students in small groups and individually. She has been involved in the Renaissance program at Williamstown Middle School, as well as taking part in mentoring at-risk students. In her spare time, Carrie enjoys time with her family, her many pets, reading, sewing, and outdoors activities.