Company Overview of Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Carnegie Learning, Inc. publishes research-based mathematics textbooks and Web-based software tools for middle school and high school students aligned to the Common Core State Standards in the United States. Its learning solutions include student and teacher worktext materials for grades 6-12; MATHia software for students in grades 6-8 that builds on personalized learning tasks; and Cognitive Tutor software for students in grades 9-12 that provides students with a personalized learning path, including customized feedback, on-demand hints, and prompts to scaffold instruction and ensure the student mastery of critical math skills. The company’s learning solutions also comprise middle school an...
437 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Co-Founder and Chief Product Architect
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Carnegie Learning, Inc. Key Developments
Carnegie Learning, Inc. Partners with Clever to Provide Secure, Seamless Data Integration for School Districts
Nov 19 14
Carnegie Learning, Inc. announced a new alliance bringing together Clever's Instant Login single sign-on system with Carnegie Learning's digital mathematics programs for middle and high school. The seamless integration of Clever's capabilities with a school's student information system grants students and teachers instant access to Carnegie Learning's MATHia and Cognitive Tutor software with a single login. In addition to the single sign-on access for Carnegie Learning users, teachers and administrators will also gain access to real-time student enrollment rosters and reporting, which will sync across a district's SIS to ensure students are enrolled and engaged in the proper courses. All Clever and Carnegie Learning systems are secure and FERPA-compliant, helping to ensure that all student information is safe and 100% controlled by the school district.
Carnegie Learning, Inc. Wins $1.4 Million Contract from the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative
Mar 28 13
Carnegie Learning, Inc. has received a two-year $1.4 million contract from Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) to test how cognitive and non-cognitive factors together affect learning. The ADL laboratories, located in Alexandria, VA and Orlando, FL, prototype and test learning technologies and innovations for the U.S. Department of Defense. The Hyper-Personalized Intelligent Tutors project will explore how factors such as interest-level, mood, and persistence affect learning. The project will build a collaborative research platform for understanding how cognitive and non-cognitive factors working together impact retention of knowledge and a student's commitment to keep learning.
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