ClassDojo is a classroom management platform for teachers, parents and students. ClassDojo helps teachers to encourage specific classroom student behaviors, through real-time teacher-to-student feedback through the web and mobile devices. The software automatically generates behavior reports that can be shared with parents and students. Behaviors tracked by the app include hard work, persistence, teamwork, creativity and curiosity. The company is situated in San Francisco, California. ClassDojo was launched in August 2011. Since August 2012, the company has more than 3.5 million teachers and students using ClassDojo in more than 60 countries. Initially funded in the ImagineK12 education seed accelerator, ClassDojo obtained a main seed capital investment through a series of angels and investors including Ron Conway, Mitch Kapor, Jeff Clavier, General Catalyst and Paul Graham. Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don cofounded ClassDojo in the summer of 2011, launching a beta version of the platform. The cofounders moved to California from the United Kingdom, having been accepted in the first cohort of ImagineK12, a Y-combinator program and funding for education startups.