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Real Corps Stories: Karega

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Karega Bailey (D.C. Corps '09) shares the story of his toughest moment in the classroom. The twist? His toughest moment later led to one of his most rewarding moments as a teacher.

Never forgetting the message of giving in his community, Mr. Bailey has chosen to make education his career. After teaching 9th Grade Special Education in Washington D.C. with TFA, Karega became the youngest Dean in the history of Maya Angelou Public Charter School at age 25. He is also an award winning poet.

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Fifty years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. charged Americans to take radical and urgent action towards a very basic dream--equality. Equality attained not just by changing hearts and minds, but by transforming the societal structures at the root of injustice into the very genesis of equity.

It's a dream unrealized for past generations, but for our children, it's not far from reach. With the power to see it through are:

- Teachers, who will help our children DREAM beyond all perceived limits
- Teachers, who will help our children RISE to every challenge
- Teachers, who will DO whatever it takes to prove to our children that a dream can be more

Visit http://www.dreamrisedo.org/ to learn more.
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