Classcraft Officially Certified As A B Corp.

Classcraft, an award-winning Engagement Management System for schools, announced today it has been officially certified as a B Corp. In order to receive certification, companies must meet the highest standards of overall social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability and aspire to use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. Brothers Shawn and Devin Young, along with their father Lauren, founded the business in 2013 and launched their innovative edtech product in 2015.

Classcraft received a rating of 86.6, compared to the average score of similar educational companies seeking B Corp certification at 50.5. Companies must score 80 or higher to be certified. Classcraft joins 2,778 companies worldwide that have received B Corp certification.

B Lab, the nonprofit that provides the certification, describes B Corporations as “a new kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.“

B Lab’s Country Manager of Canada, Kasha Huk, stated, “We’re proud to have Classcraft join the ranks of the B Corp community of leaders that are driving a global movement of people using business as a force for good. It’s exciting to see this leadership within the education technology space and across the more than 150 industries and 60 countries currently representing the B Corp community globally.”

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One Response to “Classcraft Officially Certified As A B Corp.”

  1. […] lessons do not change. But what has changed is the way these students learn. The company has been making news lately, and most recently they’ve teamed up the University Of Montreal to Research and […]

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