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Mom Romney on how tutoring builds students' independence

When adults are helping their kids with school work, it can be a struggle. But they also don't want their kids to run to the internet for quick answers. Watch Mom Romney explain how Paper's inquiry-based tutoring helps students communicate their problems effectively—and get guidance to solve them on their own.


One thing I'm trying to teach my children is to become independent learners. When they get online and they are greeted by one of the tutors, it's not just, "give me your problem, I'll give you the answer". I do like the communication. The tutor does a great job guiding them to come up with their answer.

Romney, Parent, Mohawk Area School   District, Pennsylvania



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Mom Romney on how tutoring builds students' independence

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