ClassDojo has raised millions of money in a series of venture financing for tech that is aimed at connecting parents, students and teachers to help them communicate effectively on matters to do with student’s behaviours and social developments at the school. Discussing and communicating all the time means that parents are concerned about what their children are experiencing and their behaviour at school at all times.
According to managing directors Liam Don and Sam Chaudhary, the organization was wounded up back in the year 2015 and now they are using the capital to develop and grow their team. They are considering and figuring out the kind of features and content that can be of a great benefit to guardians and parents who normally uses the application all the time including school and home hours.
According to Sam Chaudhary, the objective of the app is to assist the parents to ensure that they are guiding the conversation back at the home and they are enhancing and supporting development and learning of their children They will also use the app to monitor how their kids are doing at school.
Each day teachers are using ClassDojo in scheduling all activities known as parents. They also use the app throughout the day in snapping and sending photos and videos to parents and guardians to show off the latest kid’s participation in school activities.
ClassDojo was founded back in the year 2011 and since then people have been seeing education businesses creating grade books, testing platforms and digital curriculum.
According to the company’s reports, teachers in over 90000 schools are using ClassDojo in the United States ranging from chartered and private schools to the large and big public schools in the state. Most of the users teach nursery schools through to grade eight classes.
Currently, ClassDojo is focusing and willing to distribute its app to more parents and teachers. The ClassDojo app includes other transactional features that assist the parent to pay school levies using their phones for things like lunches, supplies and field trips which they pay for with checks or cash which is normally tucked into backpacks of the kids.