At places like the famed Central Park East Secondary School in Manhattan, Deborah Meier and other progressive educators began to experiment with judging low-income inner-city students on the basis of collections of their best work and oral examinations.
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CPESS stands for Central Park East Secondary School (New York City, NY)
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The source of the Richman concept is Deborah Meier, the founder of Central Park East Secondary School, the small, nationally acclaimed high school in East Harlem.
The Central Park East Secondary School and the New York City Board of Education were selected because of their record success rate with minority at-risk high school students.