STEM3 Academy Middle School featured in Examiner.com

Dr. Crasnow said, “The middle school curriculum will be designed to provide a solid foundation for more rigorous classes later on, offering both required classes and electives that engage students as well as ground their education.” Read the full article on Examiner.com

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US News & World Report Education features STEM3 Academy

Students with disabilities may benefit from alternative schooling, too. These students graduate at a much lower rate ​than all students. ​STEM^3 Academy ​in Valley Glen, California, is a new​ school for students with social and learning differences, including autism. While the school is nonpublic, students with disabilities​ may be placed there by their public school district. Read the whole article on US news.com

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First STEM High School for Students with Social and Learning Differences Expands to Grades Six Through 12

First STEM High School for Students with Social and Learning Differences Expands to Grades Six Through 12  The Help Group’s STEM3 Academy Model Proves Successful; Expands to Meet Demand LOS ANGELES – Oct. 26, 2015 – STEM3 Academy, a new innovative Los Angeles-based school that’s the first of its kind in the country, today announces it will now serve middle school grade students with social and…

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STEM3 Academy featured on Education Dive

STEM3 plans to further harness that potential by ensuring the learning space and style of the school are suited to students with learning difficulties. The school is hiring teachers with expertise in special education and focusing on project-based, hands-on instruction. Read more at educationdive.com

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