ACT - The Association of Christian Teachers
for Christians working in education
For many parents, opening the ClassDojo app and looking at photographs of their child’s latest work or sending a message to the teacher will be a regular part of the school week. According to the San Francisco-based company, it has been used by 70% of schools in the UK. But the classroom app came under scrutiny this weekend – the Times raised privacy concerns, highlighting how its data was stored in the US “and, under its terms, some may be shared with the 22 third-party service providers it works with, including Facebook and Google”.