Vargas's plea to higher ed 

Bolgen Vargas.

PHOTO BY MARK CHAMBERLIN

Bolgen Vargas.

Bolgen Vargas may be remembered as the superhero who figured out a way to reverse 30 years of declining student performance in the Rochester City School District. Or he could be remembered as another name on a long list of well-meaning superintendents…

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