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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, far left, during his AP English class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, left, beside Alianny Holguin, 17, right, during AP English class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, center back, during his AP English at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, far left, during his AP English class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • The Charles Dickens book Brander Suero's AP English class were discussing at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, center, playing Lacrosse during physical education class in the gym at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • From left; Amanda Langomas, 17, Frankie Santiago, 18, Jason Gooden, 17 and peer leader Brander Suero, 16, wait in line to play lacrosse during physical education class in the gym at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • From left; Karen Polanco, 17, Jason Gooden, 17 and peer leader Brander Suero, 16, play basketball during Physical Education class in the gym at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • 12th Graders Eric Hamilton, 16, left, and Brander Suero, 16, right, shoot hoops during physical education class in the gym at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, heads to class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, left, during an open discussion in AP English class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, left, during an open discussion in AP English class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Brander Suero, 16, left, during an open discussion in AP English class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • 12th grader Brander Suero, 16, far left, heads down 106th Street in Harlem to buy lunch in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • 12th grader Brander Suero, walks past Central Park East High School after buying lunch in Harlem, New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and districts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Elvira Quintero, 17, right, and Denise Siguencia, 17, far right, write affirmative posters during Girls Inc Leadership class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Elvira Quintero, 17, writes affirmative posters during Girls Inc Leadership class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Elvira Quintero, 17, right, and Denise Siguencia, 17, far right, write affirmative posters during Girls Inc Leadership class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Peer leader Elvira Quintero, 17, far right, walks to Physics class with Derick Estrella, 17, center, and Eric Hamilton, 16, foreground, at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Elvira Quintero, 17, center and Denise Siguencia, 17, far right, write affirmative posters during Girls Inc Leadership class at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • From left, Kayla Perdomo, 17, Derick Estrella, 17, Elvira Quintero, 17 and Eric Hamilton, 16, during Physics lab at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • From left, Elvira Quintero, 17, Kayla Perdomo, 17, Derick Estrella, 17 and Eric Hamilton, 16, during Physics lab at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Elvira Quintero, 17, center, surrounded by students in 12th Grade Physics lab at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • 12th graders Derick Estrella, 17, left, and Elvira Quintero, 17, right, write up physic lab notes Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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  • Elvira Quintero, 17,  talks with her english teacher Mr Adena, left, in the library at Central Park East High School in New York, NY on November 15, 2012. Beyond sheer physical safety, a look at how schools and sitricts can create classroom conditions in which students are able to engage enthusiastically and without emotional fear of stepping forward. Photographer: Melanie Burford/Prime
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