Earn bonuses and rewards, just like your students!

For every social media post, referral, or conversation with us, you will earn points that you can redeem for gift cards and ClassEquity merch!

Easily share your love for ClassEquity with your teacher friends using the templates below - just copy and paste! Feel free to edit them to feel authentic to you, or ditch the template altogether. Tag us at @ClassEquity or send us a screenshot, and we'll email you your new point total when we receive your submission!

Don’t forget, through the end of the year, you will receive double points!

Ways to earn:

Point Value

Let us know

What to say

Facebook

1 point

Tag @classequity or send a screenshot

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Instagram

1 point

Tag @classequity or send a screenshot

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Feedback convo with us

3 points

Schedule and complete a call

We'll know 😉

Refer a friend

5 points

Send us their email address and we'll be on the lookout!

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What you can earn:

Sticker

3 points

$5 gift card of your choosing

5 points

T-shirt

10 points

$20 gift card of your choosing

15 points

Mystery Box!

20 points

Thanks for helping us spread the love!


Facebook Template:

Teacher friends- check out ClassEquity! It's made classroom management so much easier for me while also incorporating financial literacy skills! Check it out to start the new year strong! @classequity


Instagram Template:

Post a picture or Instagram story of your students in action (following all student disclosure guidelines, of course), or repost one from the @classequity Instagram that speaks to you! Here’s a caption idea to get you started:

My students and I love using @classequity in our classroom! It helps me create a positive classroom culture while also incorporating financial literacy skills! Check it out to start the new year strong! #FinancialLiteracy #ClassEquity


Email Template:

Hi <Name>,

I wanted to pass along a resource that I've been loving- ClassEquity! It’s a digital platform that helps build a positive class culture while teaching financial literacy skills. My students are going crazy for it, and it’s made my life so much easier.

The new year is a great time to reset your classroom management strategies, so I thought you might want to check ClassEquity out! Let me know if you have any questions about it!

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