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Venus ISD empowers students to take ownership of their growth with Paper

Paper proudly announces its partnership with Venus Independent School District (ISD.) This collaboration is poised to significantly enhance the learning experience for all 700 students in grades 9-12, granting them full access to Paper's Educational Support System (ESS).

Embracing Comprehensive Educational Support

Ann-Marie Morgan, Curriculum Director at Venus ISD, shared her vision for the partnership:

"Choosing to partner with Paper will provide our Venus ISD students with academic support, but academic achievement is not the end goal. We want to provide lasting opportunities that enrich our student's learning and empower them with every tool necessary to take ownership of their growth. Partnering with Paper moves us forward in our mission."

Features of Paper’s Educational Support System for Venus ISD

  1. 24/7 Live Help: Students can now access live help from experienced tutors any time of the day, covering all grades and subjects. This service is inclusive, offering support in multiple languages, such as English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin.

  2. Review Center for Writing Excellence: Paper’s expert tutors provide constructive feedback on various writing assignments, including lab reports, essays, and college application materials.

  3. Paper Missions for Interactive Learning: Engaging missions allow students to enhance their math and vocabulary skills, promoting self-paced and interactive learning.

  4. Paper Reading for Literacy Enhancement: A novel tool in literacy, Paper Reading listens to students as they read aloud, offering instant feedback to foster improvement.

A Commitment to Accessible Learning

With Paper’s ESS, Venus ISD is ensuring that its students have continual access to necessary academic support, available from any location with internet access. This step is a testament to the district's dedication to creating an environment where every student is equipped for success and personal growth.

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