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Equitable, personalized, and scalable academic support that serves every member of your school community.

Paper in action

880
hours

of personalized learning delivered each day

15
seconds

to connect to a live tutor at any time of the day

200
topics

that students can get help with

60%

of licensed students qualify for FRL

32%

of licensed students qualify as ELLs

4
languages

including English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin

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How Irvine USD is fulfilling their commitment to equity

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When kids don’t have a parent at home that can help, or when they don't have the resources to get outside support, or when the teacher is just exhausted, it’s provided a lifeline for students whenever they need it, in whatever subject they need. It was something we put in place to address equity issues prior to the pandemic, but it has been vital right now.
— Cassie Parham, Assistant Superintendent, Education Services, Irvine USD, CA

About the student population

  Enrollment Socioeconomically disadvantaged English learners
IRVINE
USD
35,291 18.7% 19.7%

 

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How Woodside HS teachers used Paper to help students thrive during COVID-19

I was able to quickly view and keep track of topics students were struggling with and find more detail about each tutoring session. I was also able to reference these with other teachers to help students succeed in their distance learning journey.
— Teacher, Woodside High School, Sequoia Union HSD, CA

About the student population

  Enrollment Socioeconomically disadvantaged English learners
SEQUOIA
USD
9,021 38.1% 14%
WOODSIDE
HIGH
1,964 42.1% 13.6%
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How this Denver principal provided students with constant touchpoints

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“Our students' hours have changed. They’re up at 2 am working on homework, and they just need to have a reliable source so that they can ask questions and get feedback. So that piece is what I think is most powerful about Paper.”
— Tiffany Almon, Principal, JFK High School, Denver Public Schools, CO

About the student population

  Enrollment Socioeconomically disadvantaged English learners
DENVER
PUBLIC
SCHOOLS
93,815 63.4% 36.3%
JFK HIGH SCHOOL 951 75% 0.2%
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How Pasadena USD stretched teacher
bandwidth to reach all students

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We said this would be a time like no other to talk about individualized attention, to help stretch the bandwidth of our teachers and help them reach their hundred and fifty plus students: If I don't have the time, then I want somebody else who is well-trained to help them, at the time that they need it. So that's really what we were drawn to with Paper.
— Helen Hill, Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Professional Development, Pasadena USD, CA

About the student population

  Enrollment Socioeconomically disadvantaged English learners
PASADENA
USD
16,340 61.6% 15.8%
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Why Orange USD expanded access to equitable academic support—twice

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I really like how Paper tutors use the Socratic method to get students to come to the answer themselves. They're modeling how students should be thinking things through in their mind on their own when they struggle.
— Lisa Green, Executive Director, K-12 Curriculum, Instruction & School Support, Orange USD, CA

About the student population

  Enrollment Socioeconomically disadvantaged English learners
ORANGE
USD
25,070 48.1% 21.8%
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