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ExpandED Schools by TASC: Gaining Exposure: Lessons from a Photography Teacher

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By Deb Levy
Published Friday, May 8, 2015

Christopher Bailey teaches photography at Eagle Academy for Young Men in the Bronx, which works in partnership with BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life). But his classes offer more than lessons on F-stops and lighting. "I love teaching the kids a talent they didn't know they had," he said. "I love watching them have fun and be excited." He also loves seeing the faces of his students' parents when they see their children's work for the first time.

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