We're combining unparalleled digital learning technology with world-class content and professional learning services to create a comprehensive, dynamic, and progressive learning technology company.
CIP Capital has completed an investment in Carnegie Learning and will be merging it with recently acquired New Mountain Learning, a leading provider of literacy, language and digital competency skills. The new company will be called Carnegie Learning, Inc. (CL).
The new CL will serve K-12 customers with both core and supplemental solutions, including: math, English language arts, computer science, and world languages content; master practitioner-led professional learning services; and innovative digital learning platforms. The merger also brings together innovative brands to serve Higher Ed students through a wealth of flexible, affordable resources, to attain digital and technical competency for career success.
Through our LONG + LIVE + MATH™ Movement, we're helping teachers cultivate strong cultures of collaborative learning, and can now do this not just around math, but also across STEM and literacy. Advocating a belief in teaching and an unwavering optimism in smart technology to serve students as learners and thinkers, LONG + LIVE + MATH will drive our expansive, new LONG + LIVE + LEARNING™ Movement.
Carnegie Learning is helping students learn why, not just what. Born from more than 30 years of learning science research at Carnegie Mellon University, the company has become a recognized leader in the ed tech space, using artificial intelligence, formative assessment, and adaptive learning to deliver groundbreaking solutions to education’s toughest challenges. With the highest quality offerings for K-12 math, ELA, literacy, world languages, professional learning and more, Carnegie Learning is changing the way we think about education, fostering learning that lasts.Explore more related to this author
We now have an even more inclusive opportunity to re-imagine the role of adaptive learning technology, not just in math, but across STEM, literacy, and beyond.
Barry Malkin, President and CEO, Carnegie Learning, Inc.