Paper™ partners with Kansas City area district to bridge learning gaps
- K-12 Topics
Following the announcement of a new three-year partnership with Belton School District #124, Paper™ is bringing its services to the Kansas City metro area.
Missouri’s Belton School District has a device available for every student. And soon, 3,219 learners in grades three through 12 will be able to access Paper at school, from the comfort of home, or anywhere else with an internet-connected device.
Dr. Kimberly Mauck, the district's assistant superintendent of school improvement, expressed enthusiasm for Paper’s 24/7 online availability.
"We are confident that Paper's tutoring services will not only bridge the gap for students who struggle with concepts in English, math, science, and social studies, but also increase engagement with students in the classroom."
— Dr. Kimberly Mauck, Assistant Superintendent of School Improvement, Belton School District #124, Missouri
We’re eager to start supporting learners in the Missouri district, and our partners expect the program to have a far-reaching impact.
“We know this free service for our families will benefit each of our students,” said Mauck.
Are you curious to find out how Paper could benefit students in your district? Get in touch with a representative today.