ClassDojo: A New Communication Platform for School Kids and Parents


Teachers, parents, students can now achieve better communication for their school agendas and consultative needs. Kids can share what they are doing during the day with their parents in real time with ClassDojo. There is a great deal of real enthusiasm for ClassDojo a communication platform, to the tune of $21 million dollars in Series B venture capital round funding. The technology that educators will be using with parents for their children’s education is very exciting for tech industry investors.


There will no longer be the hassle of teachers having to track parents down from there busy work schedules to come in and meet about ‘little Johnny or little Susie.” The parents can watch their children carry on during their school day with activities, class participation, studying or playing with other school kids and more. The direct, real time observation of their children as they pass through their school day, the parents can see and hear what is being taught and observe if the child is being attentive.


Any behavioral or social interaction issues would be observed by the parent watching their children during their regular activities during the school day. Communication platform technology is the new way that people in the education sector will design programs to add this capability in the classroom so that parents will be fully capable of participation in this revolutionary educational software. Parents and teachers who must face the disciplinary movements regarding their student children will find this a very affordable method to use in the process of making the education of their children

more manageable and so that behavior will not escalate in a negative way due to parents neglect.


The developers of Class Dojo, Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don, are going to grow the company’s outreach by adding content and features that appeal to more of the people who

will be sending children to school. Content features that parents can utilize in the education of their young school children will be designed to assist the kids and the parents at school and at home when the children return from the school day. This is the homework aspect of the equation. The parents will be involved more in supporting the children as they learn and earn their results in school. The dialogue that will be enhanced at home is the goal of these developers. It is the hope according to Chaudhary that “The idea is to help parents guide conversations at home and support or enhance the learning and development their kids are doing at school.”