Studyo and Title IV

Funding for Every Student Succeed Act at in your School District

Schools and Districts in USA and Canada are using Studyo to develop key executive function skills and ensure that students are managing time, setting goals and priorities for college and work readiness. Over 30% of college students fail during their first semester partially due inadequate study habits and less than ideal time management skills and not keeping up with homework.

Department of Education supports schools, educators and districts to ensure all students have equitable access to high quality education and achieve academic excellence. We believe in equitable learning for all students and work to ensure our products meets requirements for Title IV and IDEA funding sources. Here is how Studyo fits within allowable funding under Title IV and IDEA.

Title IV Part A Purpose for your School District

The purpose of Title IV Part A is to improve student academic achievement by increasing the capacity of schools to provide all students with access to a well-rounded education, improve school conditions for student learning, and improve the use of technology. IDEA and Title IV funding represents the largest source of funding to serve:

  • Educators with tools and resources to deliver personalize learning.
  • Children with healthy lifestyles as well as mentoring and school counselling support.

How Studyo aligns with Title IV Part A

  • Studyo is used by many schools to reinforce their study skills curriculum with a digital planner focusing on organizing tasks, homework and assignments. The objective is to reduce the amount of missed homework and develop study skills.
  • Studyo can provide metrics on students’ progress around these skills therefore measuring impact.
  • Schools use Studyo as a key component of their curriculum strategies around executive function skills where students will learn and develop these skills by doing (using Studyo).
  • Studyo provide schools with a sustainable option to the paper planner
  • IDEA schools use Studyo to serve students with ADHD and learning difference with the development of their executive function skills.
  • In 2023, Studyo will enable schools to capture students emotional state and provide situational awareness to educators as well as metrics students well-being.
  • Studyo carefully integrates with existing infrastructure to provide a centralized view of all students workload and manage population of students with too many assignments in a given day or week.
  • Studyo provides a centralized view of activities for students and parents to avoid homework scavenger hunt.