ClassDojo’s vision to give every kid on Earth an education they love
This mission speaks to serving the people doing the work. We’re not product-centric, design-centric, competitor-centric or engineering-centric — we’re customer-centric. This means we start with teachers, children and families, and work hard to serve them. Today, ClassDojo serves tens of millions of children in over 180 countries, and we're growing fast.
Our customer-centric culture values both empathy and results. We’ve built a culture that emphasizes sharing context over control; emphatic candor over harmony; results over efforts; finishing over starting; holistic ownership over narrow specialization; learning over certainty and continuous improvement over continuous production. We think small teams are more effective and more efficient, and that they can pull off a surprising amount.
From day one, ClassDojo’s growth has been 100% organic, fueled entirely by word of mouth to tens of millions of users. Today ClassDojo reaches 95% of US schools and 1 in 6 US families with a child in primary school uses ClassDojo every day. ClassDojo has grown to a further 180 countries, making it one of the first global consumer brands in education. There’s lots left to do to help every child get an education they love and we’re just getting started.
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What our team says
Urjit Singh Bhatia
"ClassDojo has given me the opportunity to identify and tackle a range of problems from scaling distributed systems to optimizing user experiences. It is an exciting journey to improve education with products that users love."
"Working on an important mission that is near to my heart with the most talented, creative, and collaborative teammates is simply the best."
Head of Marketing
"I feel privileged to be leading marketing for a brand that's loved so much by millions of teachers and families all around the world. I'm energized by our mission and the impact we get to drive every day."