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Los Alamitos USD selects Paper for equitable high-dosage tutoring 

At Los Alamitos Unified School District in CA, high school students in grades 9-12 can now count on 24/7 support from Paper tutors.

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It addresses equity and accessibility because for so many parents, paying for a weekly tutor is a stress on their budget—let alone the difficulty in trying to find a tutor.

— Marlys Davidson, Board President

We’re really excited. For quite a few years now, we’ve been hearing from our families that access to quality after-school support is a need—particularly in some of our more advanced courses.

— Ondrea Reed, Deputy Superintendent, Education Services

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With Paper, the district will now be able to provide equitable academic support—unconstrained by distance, time, or the availability of teachers.

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9,697 17.6% 2.4%

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