High-school aged boys are 50% more likely to fail their classes than their female counterparts. This stat became more personal for George Hammon-Hagen when his son encountered issues in school. So he dreamed up a solution to reduce this “reverse gender gap.” Studytracks is his award-winning innovation in education that puts lessons to music to drive engagement, retention and achievement in and out of the classroom — for both genders.
To bring Studytracks to life for digital natives.
We built an app that worked for both teenagers and their teachers.
Hacking the way kids learn
We developed a syllabus interface, enabling teachers to easily create Studytracks for their curricular. As for students, we added playlist functions, so Studytracks could be shared and used offline. It’s now available on iOS, Android, Chromebook, and Alexa in Great Britain, France and the United States with a library of some 1,000 tracks covering 55 subjects.