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So much of what passes for journalism is shaped by constant deadlines that don't allow reporters the time to dig deeply enough to truly enlighten the reader or viewer. Every once in a while, a news organization makes a commitment to a story that permits its reporters to demystify a complex social issue. A writer and photographer from the Los Angeles Times, Phil Willon and Gail Fisher, devoted more than a year to see how three kids just out of the foster care system would cope. ABC News, Willon and Fisher discuss what they discovered by following Monique Luna, Janea Barton and Jesse Equihua. All three of the teenagers the reporters shadowed either graduated from high school or got a G.E.D, an indication of some success after foster care. Correspondent: Judy Muller.
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