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Where Students Lead by Example - Quality Counts 2013

December 21, 2012 3:37

Central Park East High School strives to build a college-going culture by tapping student-leaders to set an example and be a resource to their peers in the senior class. In this video, Principal Bennett Lieberman and “peer leader” Elvira Quintero describe how the College Summit program at the New York City school has helped improve achievement and set more students on the path to higher education.

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