Over 90% of teachers self-fund in-class and virtual learning projects
To help teachers ensure a positive learning experience, Mojo Helpdesk is allocating a portion of every education help desk sale now through August 31st to DonorsChoose
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As the school year approaches, many teachers are once again self-funding the purchase of materials needed for in-class or virtual projects.
The annual teacher’s survey continues to reveal that over 90% of teachers pay out of their own pocket for class project supplies without reimbursement. That’s why Mojo Helpdesk, a ticket management software, is contributing ten percent of its education sales between now and August 31st to DonorsChoose, an organization that empowers public school teachers from across the country to request and collect donations for much-needed materials and experiences for their students.
“DonorsChoose is closely aligned with our company’s mission to support teachers and inspire learning,” said Daniel Guermeur—founder and CEO of Mojo Helpdesk. “As a leader in help desk software to ISDs, universities and schools, we believe strongly in the role technology plays in supporting students and staff.”
Mojo Helpdesk allows schools, school districts and multi-campuses universities to efficiently handle requests from teachers, administrators, students, parents and third-party vendors. Mojo Helpdesk also allows users to keep track of critical assets, such as computers, laptops, licenses and maintenance contracts.
Learn how leading universities and schools are using Mojo Helpdesk to increase efficiency and satisfaction.
About Mojo Helpdesk
Mojo Helpdesk is a leading ticketing system that enables organizations to improve customer service. Founded in 2010 by Metadot Corporation with a mission to provide an easy-to-use, cost-effective help desk, Mojo Helpdesk serves thousands of businesses and more than 2 million users in the education, healthcare and technology industries. For more information, visit Mojo Helpdesk.
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