Carnegie Learning, a leader in artificial intelligence for K-12 education and formative assessment, announced accomplished product leader Doug McCollum as Chief Product Officer. With McCollum at the helm of a rapidly expanding product portfolio, Carnegie Learning continues to strengthen its mission of shaping the future of learning by delivering groundbreaking solutions to education’s toughest challenges.
As CPO, McCollum will spearhead the product strategy, roadmap, and development of Carnegie Learning’s cutting-edge portfolio. In addition to its flagship Middle School and High School Math Solutions, which combines the consumable MATHbook and award-winning software MATHia®, the Carnegie Learning suite of programs includes blended core and supplemental world language programs for Spanish, Spanish for Spanish speakers, French, German, Chinese, and Italian; the supplemental Fast ForWord® language and literacy program; the Mirrors & Windows blended core ELA solution; the supplemental blended Zorbit’s math program; and computer science program Zulama.
Prior to joining Carnegie Learning, McCollum developed hundreds of innovative pre-K-12 instructional solutions and established himself as a proven leader for more than three decades at Pearson (now Savvas Learning), followed by five years at Stride (formerly K12). McCollum has developed core curriculum and supplemental programs for virtually all Pre-K-12 subject areas and markets—comprehensive Pre-K, elementary and secondary literacy, math, science, social studies, and world languages, as well as career and technology, reading intervention, and ELL.
“I’m very excited to join Carnegie Learning and help it continue its growth into a market leader in K-12 instructional materials,” shares McCollum. “The company has a fantastic culture, driven by passionate people, deeply committed to education—a commitment that I share. I look forward to working with the team at Carnegie Learning to create innovative new products that will help students of all levels and backgrounds succeed.”