STEM3 Academy Featured on eSchool News

For these students, “The STEM piece develops rigor,” said Dr. Ellis Crasnow, the director of a newly-opened high school in Los Angeles devoted to STEM-related schools to students with learning difficulties, such as autism. “It teaches you to be analytical; it teaches a kind of exactness.” – Read more at www.eschoolnews.com

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STEM3 Academy featured on Outlook K-12

“STEM3 Academy, a new innovative high school that’s the first of its kind in the country, is now open serving students with social and learning differences with a passion for science and technology within the greater Los Angeles area. The mission of STEM3 Academy is to connect the particular strengths of students with social and learning differences, including autism, with an innovative and rigorous…

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STEM3 Academy featured on Education World

“This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), legislators and educators continue to look for ways to get more students into STEM-related studies as jobs have opened up with far fewer applicants available. In Los Angeles, the STEM3 Academy is looking to get students frequently overlooked into the pool of applicants: students with social and learning differences.” – See more on EducationWorld.com

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STEM3 Academy featured on Examiner.com

The Academy prepares its students for meaningful careers in engineering, technology, cyber-security, biomedical, programming, and IT as well as many others. Dr. Crasnow says, “STEM3 Academy is the only one of its kind in the United States and perhaps the world.” And it fits a niche. About 20% of the population has social or learning differences, and 85% of adults with social and learning differences…

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