PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Carnegie Learning, a leader in artificial intelligence for K-12 education and formative assessment, today announced the establishment of their new Canadian Headquarters in the heart of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The new corporate office is in the iconic Atlantic Place building, the largest Class A office space in St. John's, located in the heart of downtown. Construction on the space is currently underway with the project completion estimated in mid-June. The open floorplan will include collaborative areas, encourage innovation and new ideas to drive the next generation of education technology.
In 2021, Carnegie Learning acquired the popular K-6 Elementary Math curriculum platform Zorbit’s Math, now used in more than 50 school districts across Canada.
“We are thrilled to have a prominent presence in the Atlantic Place building – the ‘center ice’ of downtown St. John’s – to accommodate the growth of our Canadian team and our business throughout the country,” said Carnegie Learning CEO Barry Malkin. “This year alone, we added over 20 new team members, and new customers in more than 50 districts. It’s an exciting time to be in education technology, and we couldn’t be happier to make a long-term commitment here.”
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