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FDR’s Address
FDR’s Address
Rugged Individualism
In Progress
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Briefly explain one difference between FDR’s response to the Great Depression and Hoover’s, based on this excerpt from FDR’s inaugural address.


FDR believed it was the government’s responsibility to jumpstart the economy, whereas Hoover believed the economy would correct itself through businesses

Class Companion

Class Companion uses AI to help high school Social Studies teachers assess written assignments. Immediate feedback for students, time savings for you. Use built-in assignments or add your own. Currently supporting:

(AP) US History
(AP) World History
AP European History
AP US Gov & Pol
AP Psych
AP Human Geography
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AI engages students, explaining mistakes, offering suggestions, and praising a job well done.

Prompt: Evaluate the relative importance of causes of migration in the 19th century

The most important cause of migration in the 19th century was the industrial revolution.

Class Companion

Good start! Now, try to provide rationale for your claim. How did the industrial revolution lead to migration?


Because it created new job opportunities, so people immigrated and moved to the city.

Class Companion

Let’s put that together: “The industrial revolution was the most important cause of internal migration...

Fiona's essay
Prompt: Evaluate the extent to which United States foreign policy maintained continuity as well as underwent change between 1920 and 1941.
Essay submission

The trauma of World War I contributed to a widespread public opinion in the U.S. against involvement in foreign wars. This was reinforced by the economic depression, which further reduced the nation's willingness to engage in overseas conflicts.
By the 1930s, the Great Depression and the memories of World War I had pushed American public opinion and policy toward even greater isolationism...


Your analysis does a good job of connecting the evidence to your argument that the U.S. was committed to isolationism. To earn full points, you can demonstrate complex understanding by discussing...

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See student progress and mastery

Quickly see what students understand and what they don’t so you can personalize your instruction. Leave comments and override AI feedback whenever you like.

Tokugawa Shogunate
Columbian Exchange
Maritime Empires
Class Companion

How did European states maintain their maritime empires?


Europeans maintained their maritime empires using officials that were appointed to govern and make sure economic dues were paid. They could strengthen their official's position by forming alliances with the local government as well.

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Aidan, you’ve improved so much in the way you connect pieces of evidence to your arguments. Keep it up!

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Who would likely oppose the Clean Air Act and why?


Environmentalists and scientists because they might argue the Act does not go far enough to protect the environment and the public’s health.

Class Companion

That’s incorrect. This legislation is more likely to face opposition from local governments who want to maintain autonomy or from businesses who could face increased costs.

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Use AI to start conversations about growth. Students can flag where they disagree with the AI. Empower your tutorials and office hours.

AI to support a range of assignments

Class Companion accommodates the full writing process for students at different levels.

Short answer

Students complete short assignments to practice reading comprehension and content mastery. Choose from a library of assignments or add your own, and let the AI provide real-time feedback.


Good writing is clear thinking. Clear thinking begins with outlining. AI helps developing writers to craft thesis, context, evidence, and analysis, one step at a time. You can see the refinement of your student’s thinking.


AI is the ultimate writing resource center to help students hone critical thinking, writing, and synthesis skills. Get detailed feedback on first or final drafts, in typed or handwritten format.

How it works

Start with built-in assignments or add your own, set the open/close dates, and watch your students' submissions come in.

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Add assignments

Use built-in assignments from our vast assignment library or add your own.

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Invite students

Invite your students to submit their written assignments via a shareable link or by email.

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View submissions

View your students' submissions, including the AI response and suggested score/feedback.

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“My class was a little concerned at how excited I was, but then they understood once they tried it. I use Class Companion almost every day.”
Bruno Morlan
Acalanes High School, CA
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That was fantastic.
Short answer is I love it.”
Mike Davey
Social studies teacher, CA
“Writing well requires many reps and practice. Class Companion has enabled me to increase reps while making the feedback process streamlined, sustainable, and deeper. It saves the best part of teaching for me.”
Caleb Lagerwey
Social studies teacher, MI

Student voices

Hear from actual students who've been using Class Companion for months.

“I like that I can know what I said wrong right away. When it takes a while to get back grades, I forget why I said what I did. With the AI, I'm still in the frame of mind so I can understand what I did right or wrong.”
Social studies student, CA
“It challenges me to really think through my questions and answer honestly without writing down bull. Also it forces me to read through primary sources which makes me feel confident in the work that I do in class.”
Social studies student, CA
“I really liked the details and explanations for contextualization. I found it really useful and feel as if it will help me when I write my next LEQ. It provided valid criticism…and didn't dock points blindly.”
Social studies student, CA