ClassDojo has raised $21 million in funding for tech that will enable educators to connect with the parents of students. This will help open the lines of communication concerning student activities, as well as social and behavioral development at school. Being able to communicate throughout the school day and school year keeps parents in-the-know as to what is happening with their kids throughout their education. Follow this link.
Teachers can use ClassDojo to schedule activities and parents can be informed of the schedule daily. The app can also be used to snap and send photos to parents so they can see the latest progress of their kids.
ClassDojo is used by teachers in 85, 000 schools throughout the United States today, including private, charter, and the largest public schools throughout the nation. The primary users of ClassDojo are teachers of kindergarten through 8th grade.
According to businessinsider.com, ClassDojo was founded in 2011 in San Francisco and has since raised $31 million in venture funding. CEO Sam Chaudhary and CTO Liam Don are the founders of ClassDojo. They believe in creating premium features and content for parents to pay to use.
The mission of ClassDojo is to create incredible classrooms for teachers, parents, and students by connecting them, and working together each day so that the best ideas can be born in their classrooms. ClassDojo has even won many awards, such as the Education Innovation Award, the Crunchie Award for Best Education Startup, and Innovation by Design Awards.