Teen's road to graduation filled with challenges, absences

Three credits shy of graduating from his Washington, D.C., high school, Jonathan Lewis once earned B's and won a middle school science fair, but his mother harbored fears he would drop out and become a statistic: a young, uneducated black man. A two-part Washington Post series tracks Jonathan's challenges and progress.

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