Muzology, a Nashville-based music video education company, has won its second grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) totaling $900,000. Created in 2015 by learning expert Dr. Lana Israel and music industry veteran Bob Doyle, Muzology develops music-based learning solutions for students all across the U.S.
This recently earned DOE grant is the fourth major R&D grant the company has received after also receiving two grants from The National Science Foundation. The funding has enabled Muzology to develop technical innovations that optimize music-based methods of learning.
Additionally, Muzology recently won “SETDA Tank,” a Shark Tank style competition between five education technology companies selected to be members of The State Educational Technology Directors Association’s ninth annual cohort of Emerging Private Sector Partners. The other four members of the 2021/2022 SETDA Emerging Partners startup cohort were Future Genius, Killer Snails, Paper and Mote.
Muzology has also been named a CODiE Finalist for Best Emerging Instructional Technology Solution for 2021, and named to GSV’s Global Elite 200.
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