Create ownership of classroom routines and give students a voice within your school community.
Close the financial literacy gap by increasing access to personal finance, especially to those who need it the most.
ClassEquity was created to solve a problem co-founders Abby and Katie experienced as middle school math teachers in underserved communities. While they wanted to create meaningful learning experiences that taught students real-life skills, they were frustrated with inflexible curriculum, a lack of engaging resources, and diverted attention to behavioral issues.
Every student should leave school prepared for the world ahead. But one thing must happen first. We need to create a learning environment that is engaging and relevant for students.
To solve this problem, Abby and Katie built a tool that combines financial literacy and behavior management into one easy to use system in a way that's now easy for teachers and engaging for students. ClassEquity transforms classrooms into communities, where students are empowered to play an active role in their learning environment, take responsibility beyond themselves, and build financial responsibility in a safe space.
ClassEquity launched in the fall of 2021, and has grown to support tens of thousands of students across over a thousand classrooms! We love working alongside rockstar educators to continue to build a tool that teachers and students love. Thanks for being part of our community, we are so excited to have you here!
In her free time, you can find Abby surfing, hiking, or reading a good mystery book.
In her free time, you can find Katie around a board game with family & friends, or enjoying live music.
Hi! We're Abby and Katie, educators, co-founders of ClassEquity, and lifelong friends. We are working towards a world where zip code does not determine one's outcomes. Thanks for joining us on this mission!
-Abby and Katie
The ClassEquity team at a Forbes 30 under 30 event in New York City, where we were awarded a $100,000 STOP award for the most transformational platforms for students.