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Emilio Pack, CEO STEM Prep Schools
2019 EdWeek Leaders to Learn From
12/07/2018
CEO Emilio Pack Recognized for Leadership in Access & Opportunity for Students of Color
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Brooke Jackson, Founding SPES Principal
A Tragic Loss for STEM Prep
10/29/2018
Ms. Jackson was a beloved member of our STEM Prep family and the founding principal of our school.
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SPES Ribbon Cutting
STEM Preparatory Schools Celebrates Opening of Elementary School
10/05/2018
The award-winning schools, which now comprise one of the few K-12 STEM pipelines in Los Angeles, aim to share best practices and resources with schools throughout the community and become the hub of STEM education in South L.A.
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2018 MSCP Graduates
2018 MSCP Graduation
06/07/2018
First-generation Los Angeles STEM graduates look ahead to college.
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2017 Hart Vision Award
2017 Hart Vision Award
03/21/2017
The prestigious honor is a recognition of Dr. Pack's leadership in the charter school community over the past 15 years.
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Ed Writer's Association
What Does Charter School Innovation Look Like?
02/22/2017
For STEM Preparatory Schools, which Pack founded, the goal from the get-go was to provide an education that would help change the narrative.
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LBA 2016
Nonprofit of the Year at 2016 Latino Business Awards
01/21/2016
This award is the latest in a series of accomplishments for STEM Preparatory Schools, which operates Crown Preparatory Academy, a charter middle school, and Math and Science College Preparatory charter high school in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles.
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Dr. Emilio Pack, CEO STEM Prep Schools
2015 LA Weekly
05/06/2015
"Our ninth-grade students come to us far behind, and just a year and a half later they're outperforming the national average," Pack says. "And their parents? They're thrilled. They're just thrilled."
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