SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Ever wonder what your kids are doing while they are at school?
Want to keep an eye on your kids while they’re at school? Well, there is an app for that.
A San Francisco company has developed ClassDojo, which allows teachers and students to share what is going on in real time.
It is currently used in over 130 countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Qatar.
Parents who use the app can get updates on their child’s performance and send messages to teachers.
ClassDojo was founded by Liam Don, a game developer, and Sam Chaudhary, a teacher.
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