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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 a transformational math education company focused on delivering better math learning to all teachers and students. Through research-proven software, textbooks, and professional development and data analysis services, Carnegie Learning is helping students to succeed in math as a gateway to graduation, college, and the 21st century workforce. Carnegie Learning, headquartered in downtown Pittsburgh, is the sole source provider of MATHia® Software for students in grades 6–12 and Mika™ Software for college students in need of developmental math support.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.