Paper™ Named EdTech Company of the Year by the Annual Canadian EdTech Awards
Paper™, the leading Educational Support System (ESS), is proud to announce that it has been named EdTech Company of the Year by the 7th Annual Canadian EdTech Awards.
The team was granted this award during the 13th Canadian EdTech Leadership Summit, “The State of EdTech in Canada: Driving Innovation Through Evidence-Based Research,” hosted at McGill University.
“We’re honored to be recognized by MindShare Learning for this award,” said Philip Cutler, Paper CEO and co-founder. “The growth that Paper has had over the last few years wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for the collective effort of the whole community and our amazing Paper team. We’ve worked tirelessly to create an ESS for students of all academic and socioeconomic backgrounds that provides on-demand 24/7 access to live help, writing support, and afterschool programming.”
Members of the Paper team accepting the award during the leadership summit
Founded and led by mission-driven educators, Paper supports more than 3 million K-12 students at hundreds of school districts across North America with 1:1 instructional support available from multilingual instructors in English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin.
On Paper's secure chat-based platform, fully background-checked tutors work individually with students to help them master concepts, improve their writing, and facilitate the completion of their coursework. Teachers and administrators have complete access to the platform to view tutoring session transcripts, student insights, and analytics that help power data-informed instruction and decision-making to improve student outcomes.
To learn more about Paper’s Educational Support System or request a free demo, please visit paper.co/demo-request.