Studytracks Raises $1.2 Million to Help Students Learn Through Song

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Studytracks Raises $1.2 Million to Help Students Learn Through Song

Sep 17, 2019

Studytracks, a Paris-based provider of a platform that uses songs to help students remember lessons, has raised 1 million euros (about USD $1.2 million) in a seed round led by OneRagtime and Leansquare.

The company will use the money toward expansion in the U.S., where it services grades six to 12, according to EU-Startups.

Founded in 2015, Studytracks offers over 1,500 songs covering over 45 subjects aligned to the French, U.K. and U.S. curriculum. The website features rap and dance songs on topics from “Romeo and Juliet” to the history of the atom, for example.

The company claims that its apps has had over 400,000 downloads and is used in more than 100 schools. The company offers a paid version of its app for teachers that cost $30 per month which gives them full access to all subjects.

Other education technology startups that have won over investors with products that incorporate learning through songs include Lingokids and Roybi.

 

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