Justin Underwood, center, a reading and language arts teacher at Southside K-8 School in War, W.Va., prepares to play a students versus teachers basketball game after school on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. The school located in McDowell County, an area overwhelmed with poverty, unemployment, drug abuse, and teacher shortages, provides after school access to computers, tutoring, recreation and a meal. McDowell County on Wednesday was expected to win approval to expand its role to include social services in a county that faces deep economic challenges. The project, called Reconnecting McDowell, brings together medical professionals, telecommunications firms and a teachers' union. (AP Photo/Randy Snyder)

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Justin Underwood, center, a reading and language arts teacher at Southside K-8 School in War, W.Va., prepares to play a students versus teachers basketball game after school on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. The school located in McDowell County, an area overwhelmed with poverty, unemployment, drug abuse, and teacher shortages, provides after school access to computers, tutoring, recreation and a meal. McDowell County on Wednesday was expected to win approval to expand its role to include social services in a county that faces deep economic challenges. The project, called Reconnecting McDowell, brings together medical professionals, telecommunications firms and a teachers' union. (AP Photo/Randy Snyder)
Justin Underwood, center, a reading and language arts teacher at Southside K-8 School in War, W.Va., prepares to play a students versus teachers basketball game after school on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. The school located in McDowell County, an area overwhelmed with poverty, unemployment, drug abuse, and teacher shortages, provides after school access to computers, tutoring, recreation and a meal. McDowell County on Wednesday was expected to win approval to expand its role to include social services in a county that faces deep economic challenges. The project, called Reconnecting McDowell, brings together medical professionals, telecommunications firms and a teachers' union. (AP Photo/Randy Snyder)
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