Carnegie Learning

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Coordinates: 40°26′21.1″N 79°59′50.1″W / 40.439194°N 79.997250°W / 40.439194; -79.997250

Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Industry Software and Publishing
Founded 1998
Headquarters Union Trust Building
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Key people

Barry Malkin, CEO
William S. Hadley, Co-Founder
Dr. Steven Ritter, Co-Founder
John R. Anderson, Co-Founder

Kenneth Koedinger, Co-Founder
Products Math Curricula, Software, Textbooks

Carnegie Learning, Inc. is a provider of math curricula, worktexts, and math learning software for grades 6-12 written and designed to align to a Common Core or Integrated pathway. Its software was created by researchers in artificial intelligence from Carnegie Mellon University, led by Herbert A. Simon.

Carnegie Learning, Inc. is located in the Union Trust Building in Pittsburgh, PA.

Products[edit]

Blended Solutions[edit]

Carnegie Learning has core math curriculum solutions for middle school and high school. The Middle and High School Math Solutions combine write-in consumable textbooks and intelligent 1-to-1 tutoring software into a blended learning solution. The Middle School Math Solution is for grades 6, 7, 8 and Algebra I. The High School Math Solution includes Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II (Traditional Pathway) and Integrated Math I, II, and III (Integrated Pathway).

Products: Software Platforms[edit]

MATHia helps teach math. The responsive software is built on a math learning engine that assists students in understanding math concepts.

Acquisition by private investors[edit]

On November 06, 2015, the Apollo Education Group, Inc., signed an agreement for a group of Chicago-based investors with deep K-12 education experience to acquire Carnegie Learning, Inc.

Acquisition by Apollo Group[edit]

On August 2, 2011, The Apollo Group announce their intent to acquire Carnegie Learning for $75 million.[1] The Apollo Group also acquired related technology from Carnegie Mellon University for $21.5 million paid over a period of ten years. The transaction was completed in September 2011.[2]

Carnegie Learning retained its name and its offices in the Frick Building in Pittsburgh.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Apollo Group to Acquire Carnegie Learning" (Press release). Apollo Group. 2011-08-02. 
  2. ^ "CMU software spinout acquired". Pittsburgh Tribune Review. 3 August 2011. 

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