We’re thrilled to announce that more than 10 billion messages have been delivered to students, parents, and educators on Remind.
Our team is proud of our platform for making this possible—but the real stars are our educators.
Because when educators make communication meaningful, a milestone like this isn’t just about the number of messages. It’s about helping parents overcome scheduling issues, language barriers, and transportation challenges so they can get involved with what their kids are learning. It’s about giving students a way to ask for help, share their achievements, and even find the motivation to make it to school every day.
And it’s thanks to 1.9 million teachers—over half of all full-time teachers in the United States—that this can happen on Remind.
To help celebrate this milestone, Remind Connected Educators from around the country shared what meaningful communication means to them.
“Meaningful communication establishes relationships, which have a bigger impact than any single lesson.”
—Laura Dockens LaChappelle, Georgia
“Meaningful communication is the basis for all learning.”
—Robert Lee, Texas
“Meaningful communication means setting up a teacher group to spread the word about events and activities on campus—and bring the school together.”
—Bryce Kristal, California
“Meaningful communication means being clear, concise, reaching all listeners, and getting feedback.”
—Corinne Alysse, Florida
“Meaningful communication is the key to getting everything accomplished—without unnecessary stress!”
—Michelle Currier, New York