No Longer Special 

At Rogers High School, special education kids increasingly are being placed in regular classes

Nicole Kilgore, a teacher with long, wavy white hair, a nose ring and colorful flower tattoos on her arms, is at Rogers High School with an ambitious mission: She wants to kill traditional “special ed.” It’s no simple task: Rogers’ 252…

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