Children do better and stay in school longer as a result of families and communities working together to support education. Studies show that children with involved parents, regardless of socio-economic backgrounds, have the following advantages:
• They get better grades and score better on tests.
• They attend school regularly.
• They pass their classes, earn credits and participate in achievement programs.
• They have better social skills and deportment helping them adapt well at school.
• They are more likely to continue on, getting college and graduate degrees.
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Supporting that aim, ClassDojo partners with parents, teachers and students to empower positive connections and build authentic relationships. The communication platform is currently used in 2 out of 3 schools in the US and in 180 countries around the world in public, private, and charter schools. Founded in 2011, the venture start-up based in San Francisco, California uses technology to create community and increase communication. The ClassDojo app has been compared to Facebook — but for education. The company has an active Facebook page and Twitter account but it is clear to see the difference. ClassDojo helps educators initiate ground-up changes that evolve the process of learning. Click this https://techcrunch.com/2016/04/15/classdojo-raises-21-million-for-app-to-make-parent-teacher-meetings-obsolete/
Hermant Taneja the Managing Director of General Catalyst, an investor in ClassDojo, is quoted as saying that he sees ClassDojo as “driven by what parents and teachers need…to enhance their kid’s chance of success in life.” Keeping parents involved through regular communication, messages, pictures and videos allows children to feel that they are excelling and meeting expectations to do well in school. According to wikipedia.com,
the benefit is improved learning and a positive culture in the classroom. Partnering with parents as a way to build community buy-in also helps teachers sustain connections that will improve student achievement by engaging parents on a regular basis. Hit this related link.