Mindprint Learning, a leading provider of personalized learning solutions for K-12, announced today that Matthew Summers has joined as its Chief Technology Officer.

In his role as CTO, Summers will lead engineering, product and UX efforts across Mindprint’s education technology initiatives, scaling the company’s cognitive screening and learning platform to support differentiated instruction and improved student outcomes at schools, tutoring centers and home.

“Matthew is an accomplished technology leader who brings deep knowledge of the ed tech industry and a solid track record in innovation that will be integral to helping us deliver personalized learning technology solutions for all students,” says CEO of Mindprint, Nancy Weinstein. “We’re thrilled to have him join the Mindprint family.”

Before joining Mindprint, Summers held senior leadership positions with Kaplan Inc, most recently as VP Technology Innovation & User Experience. His previous roles with Kaplan included VP of Software Engineering and VP of Online Technology, leading the software design and development of learning and internal platforms for Kaplan Professional Education. Prior to Kaplan, he served as CTO & VP of Technology at Kaango Classifieds.

With over fifteen years of experience building teams and software, Summers has focused on product innovation and engineering at growth and scale-stage technology companies, navigating the ever-changing landscape of internet architecture and designing software systems that solve complex challenges.

“It’s perfect timing to bring Matthew’s passion, expertise and technology leadership to Mindprint,” continued Weinstein. “We’re excited to welcome Matthew to the team to drive our product roadmap and help Mindprint scale as the personalized learning platform of choice for schools, tutors and parents.”

About Mindprint Learning
Mindprint Learning’s cognitive screening and learning platform provides a significant enhancement to existing personalized learning solutions for the general education classroom. The Mindprint assessment analyzes each child’s strengths and weaknesses on the underlying skills required to process and remember new information. This analysis drives links to specific instruction and supplementary resources for each learner. Cognitive assessments have been the most reliable way to understand how a child learns, as opposed to what they know, for over a century. We enable educators to reap the benefits of the latest research on early intervention, metacognition, and neuroscience to help all students learn more successfully.