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Texas school district partners with Paper™ for 24/7 academic support

El Campo Independent School District (ISD) in Texas has partnered with Paper™ to provide high-quality academic support for 1,875 students in grades six through 12. 

The district, located about 70 miles southwest of Houston, believes that Paper’s 24/7 Educational Support System will help prevent teacher burnout. At the same time, it will also support students by providing the kind of round-the-clock help they need to keep up with their studies while working after-school jobs or participating in extracurricular activities. 

Additionally, officials in the district are enthusiastic about Paper’s ability to provide help in multiple languages. El Campo High School Principal Paul Fleener expressed strong enthusiasm for the partnership.

“I am excited that our students will have access to high-quality tutors—24/7—to enhance their learning and achievement.”

— Paul Fleener, Principal, El Campo Independent School District, Texas

Fleener believes this partnership will also benefit parents and teachers in the district. 

“I am excited that our parents will have reduced stress, as they no longer have to be the content experts to help their children with homework,” said Fleener. “And I am excited for our teachers to have an additional resource to assist students in becoming successful learners.”

Interested in partnering with Paper to support teachers, students, and families in your district? Get in touch with our team today.

About Paper

Paper partners with school districts to deliver 1:1 tutoring that is equitable, scalable, and cost-effective. Students get unlimited 24/7 live help and writing feedback, teachers get insights to tackle individual learning gaps, and administrators get actionable data to inform strategic decisions. Paper’s multilingual tutors add an extra layer of support across all content areas and grade levels, in and out of the classroom—so students always have access to expert help exactly when, where, and how they need it.

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