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Carnegie Learning Acquires Globaloria to Expand Math Education Solutions
Thursday 14 September 2017

14 September 2017 - Pennsylvania, US-based mathematics education company Carnegie Learning, Inc., has acquired New York, US-based computer science education provider Globaloria to strengthen mathematics and computer science solutions and improve access to 21st-century STEM education, the company said.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
According to the president's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, economic projections point to a need for approximately 1.0m more STEM professionals than the US will produce at the current rate over the next decade if the country is to retain its position in science and technology.
Globaloria said as part of Carnegie Learning, it has the opportunity to accelerate fundamental learning and teaching literacies by reaching more students and teachers.
Globaloria provides computer science courses and pathways that engage students in learning computer science, applied software engineering and coding. Its blended-learning platform, course catalog for students and comprehensive teacher-training courses enable PreK-12 students to become socially-minded, innovative change-makers through computer science learning programs.
Carnegie Learning, Inc. offers mathematics technology, curriculum and services focussed on delivering better mathematics learning to teachers and students.
Through software, textbooks and professional learning and data analysis services, Carnegie Learning helps students succeed in mathematics as a gateway to graduation, college and the 21st century workforce.
Carnegie Learning provides MATHia Software for students in grades six–12 and Mika Software for college students in need of developmental mathematics support.
Date Published: 14/09/2017
Target: Globaloria
Country: USA
Sector: Business and Consumer Services
Type: Corporate acquisition
Status: Closed
Buyer: Carnegie Learning, Inc
Terms of the deal were not disclosed