The stakes are high. Remedial courses for incoming college students are totaling $6.7 billion a year. And yet, the average success rate for remedial math courses is just 33%. Mika is a better solution.

Smarter Artificial Intelligence

Driven by each student’s unique learning process to deliver a 1-to-1 tutoring experience.

Powered by Carnegie Learning, Mika is the culmination of 20+ years of research in cognitive science and artificial intelligence.

Unlike traditional higher ed homework software, Mika was built from the ground up to deliver a smarter, more nimble experience that is research-proven to work.

Hints and Just-In-Time Feedback are delivered to each student based not only on what a student knows, but also on the specific strategy a student uses to solve a problem.


Continuous, Precise Assessment

Providing students a personalized path to skill mastery and instructors with real-time insight.

Mika goes beyond traditional homework software. Every keystroke is continuously analyzed, so you can see how each student masters each discrete skill, or doesn’t.

Knowing that a student sometimes struggles solving linear equations is good. Knowing that the student is struggling when the coefficient is -1 is better.

Mika empowers students to take ownership of their learning by giving them real-time updates on their progress.

Better Data = Better Use of Instructional Time

Intuitive reporting tools and APLSE predictive analytics provide immediate insight into student and class performance. Better data and easy-to-use tools help you focus on areas where students need support.


Research-proven to Work

Carnegie Learning Algebra I
Carnegie Learning Algebra I Higher Completion*

A gold-standard Department of Education-funded randomized trial of more than 18,000 students at 147 middle and high schools in 7 states proved that the Carnegie Learning blended approach, in the second year of implementation, nearly doubled growth in performance on standardized tests relative to typical students. Studies at this scale are exceedingly rare, and this study is among the largest rigorous trials ever done on a mathematics curriculum. A subsequent study found that student gains were even larger for students who completed more curriculum in the Carnegie Learning Software.

*Students completing more than 27 hours in Carnegie Learning Software