The Great Rogers Experiment 

With federal dollars, Rogers High School sent its graduation rate soaring — but with its grant ending, what happens next?

It's lunchtime, but Bailey Hicks, a Rogers High School freshman in a baggy San Diego Chargers sweatshirt, isn't in the cafeteria. Instead, he's in a classroom, thumbing through Romeo and Juliet as an intervention specialist helps him translate passages from iambic…

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