ClassDojo launches behavior management software for classrooms  — from by Justin Lee


Many apps in the education tech space are focused on educational curriculum and content, and are tools that aim to help students learn and get better marks. Startup ClassDojo, which launched publicly today after 10 months in beta, has a different goal: to help students behave better in the classroom. ClassDojo’s behavior management software platform for classrooms helps teachers improve classroom conduct, while also capturing related data. The company is also announcing $1.6 million in funding from investors including Ron Conway, Paul Graham, Jeff Clavier and Mitch Kapor, among other investors.