Elevate K-12 Partners With Carnegie Learning

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Elevate K-12, a Chicago-based synchronous, live-streaming instruction provider for K-12 schools and districts, is excited to announce their partnership with Carnegie Learning, a leading provider of math, ELA and world language blended learning solutions.

Elevate K-12, a Chicago-based synchronous, live-streaming instruction provider for K-12 schools and districts, is excited to announce their partnership with Carnegie Learning, a leading provider of math, ELA and world language blended learning solutions.

Elevate K-12 is a leader in synchronous, live-streaming instruction that promotes a balanced approach between synchronous and asynchronous learning. As the company scales, their goal is to partner with leading curriculum providers like Carnegie Learning to recommend self-paced, asynchronous learning platforms to their partner school districts, thus providing students with a wholly aligned teaching and learning environment.

“By partnering with Carnegie Learning, we are able to offer our schools more options for student learning in this ever evolving time of COVID-19,” said Kim Kross, COO of Elevate K-12. “Carnegie Learning’s MATHia software is widely used in K-12 schools across the country, and we are excited to work with them to provide much needed hybrid solutions to our districts for fall and beyond.”

“We were very impressed by the depth of the MATHia software, which is built on the same principles of enhancing deep content acquisition that Elevate K-12’s live synchronous teaching is based on,” said Shaily Baranwal, CEO of Elevate K-12. “Our focus is to continue to make our synchronous, live-teaching technology and service more powerful and intelligent. Together with Carnegie Learning, we can bring a holistic solution to schools and districts to divide a week of teaching between synchronous and asynchronous learning.”

“We’re proud to partner with Elevate K-12 to provide flexible, effective math learning solutions for teachers and students during this unprecedented time,” said Barry Malkin, CEO of Carnegie Learning. “By bringing Elevate K-12’s virtual teaching model together with MATHia, we can fully support robust student learning both inside and outside the classroom. MATHia is uniquely designed for this moment, using artificial intelligence to give every student a completely personalized learning path.”

Elevate K-12 and Carnegie Learning are both committed to finding unique and flexible ways to improve learning across the U.S. and beyond. This partnership will allow them to continue to explore ways to innovate together.

About Elevate K-12

Elevate K-12 is a Chicago based instructional technology and service company and is a leader in synchronous live streaming instruction for K-12 schools and districts. Schools and districts partner with Elevate K-12’s unique instructional solution to solve their teacher shortage challenges, overuse of long-term substitutes or low-quality teachers.

Elevate K-12's tech-enabled service comprises Proprietary Live Instruction Technology, Elevate Live ® , Live Instruction Service, Curriculum and Classroom Management. Together, these provide the necessary tools for collaborative teaching and learning that emulates the experience of a real, physical classroom.

Elevate K-12 currently operates in 13 states and is rapidly expanding to new states across the US in K-12 schools. For more information, visit http://www.elevatek12.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About Carnegie Learning

Carnegie Learning is the leader in artificial intelligence in education and formative assessment. Born from more than 20 years of learning science research at Carnegie Mellon University, Carnegie Learning delivers powerful math, ELA and world language blended learning solutions, the award-winning MATHia® platform for grades 6-12, project-based digital solutions for computer science, and best-in-class K-12 professional learning services. For more information, please visit http://www.carnegielearning.com.

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