Carnegie Learning announced that 18 West Virginia schools will implement Carnegie Learning’s Algebra I curriculum with $165,000 in funding from the Benedum Foundation, named for Michael Benedum, who was born and began his career in the state. The five-year purchase includes the full Cognitive Tutor curriculum integrating interactive software sessions, textbooks, and student-centered classroom instruction and supported by an ongoing professional development program. This adoption is the third in a multi-phased initiative by the West Virginia Department of Education and the Benedum Foundation to address the need to improve high school math scores across the state.

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