Alternative school forms basketball team
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Alternative school forms basketball team

In its first year fielding a basketball team, Luke C. Moore Academy has found that the sport is a rallying point for student-athletes working to make their second chance count. In this behind-the-scenes look, many members of the team discuss their journey, including the team's only female member, Erika Miller. (Katherine Vences for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC./The Washington Post)

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