Critical Exposure teaches youth how to use the power of photography and their own voices to become effective advocates for school reform and social change.
The organization was founded in 2004 by a former educator and an education policy analyst in response to the drastic disparities that exist among public schools.
By empowering young people to develop skills as documentary photographers and advocates, we expose citizens and policymakers to the realities of our current two-tiered education system as seen through the eyes of the students who confront those realities each day.
Through this approach Critical Exposure works to secure policy changes in order to ensure that all children have access to an excellent, equitable public education, fulfilling this nation's promise of providing all children with an opportunity to succeed.
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