Pittsburgh, Penn., July 12, 2007 — Carnegie Learning, Inc., a leading publisher of research-based math curricula for middle, high school, and post-secondary students, reported today that Tom Deliganis has joined the company as Regional Vice President, Western United States.

Deliganis has over twenty-five years experience in education sales with Ignite! Learning, Plato Learning, Pearson, and Control Data Corporation.

“Carnegie Learning is an exciting opportunity to serve an urgent need in the education market with a unique and compelling program,” said Deliganis. “Math reform and the improvement of scores is a top priority in this country and Carnegie Learning is the only publisher solely committed to math with a solution backed by ongoing research and proven data. That´s exciting for me and promising for the future of our students.”

Carnegie Learning´s largest customers in the Western Region include Los Angeles Unified, Houston Independent, Hawai´i Public, Everett County Washington, Portland Public, and Denver Public School Districts, as well as a statewide program in Alaska.

“As we continue to grow our sales and support staff, we are adding dedicated sales professionals with a proven track record to our team,” said Dennis Ciccone, CEO of Carnegie Learning. “We are very excited and fortunate that Tom Deliganis has agreed to join us. Tom represents the qualities that are most important to Carnegie Learning — industry experience, integrity, a strong work ethic and an understanding of the importance of providing quality educational products. He is a great addition to our team.”

Tom Deliganis will be based in Texas.

About Carnegie Learning, Inc. (www.carnegielearning.com)
Carnegie Learning, Inc. is a leading publisher of core, full-year mathematics solutions as well as supplemental intervention applications for middle school, high school, and post-secondary students. The company´s Cognitive Tutor® programs are helping more than 475,000 students in over 1300 school districts across the United States succeed in math by integrating interactive software sessions, text, and student-centered classroom lessons into a unique learning platform for algebra readiness, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, high-stakes test preparation, and Integrated Math programs. Based in Pittsburgh, PA, Carnegie Learning was founded by cognitive science researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in conjunction with veteran mathematics teachers.

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