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Paper tutoring for Mississippi

Paper, in partnership with the Mississippi Department of Education, now provides free access to 24/7 online tutoring for students. Up to 350,000 students in grades 3-12 can receive English language arts and math tutoring.

Unlimited 24/7 tutoring in Mississippi

Paper partners with the Mississippi Department of Education and your school district to provide free, unlimited access to trained tutors so every student in grades 3-12 can ask questions, work through problems, and grow their confidence.

Students in the Magnolia State now have unlimited access to academic support in math and English language arts. Paper’s skilled tutors are ready to provide assistance in the language that’s most comfortable for students—whether that’s English, Spanish, French, or Mandarin.

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Support every student's learning journey

Put success in every student’s reach with unlimited 24/7 access to academic support from Paper tutors.

Get acclimated with Paper

Paper will host a variety of online info and training sessions through spring 2022, with sessions happening twice a week.

General info sessions

Looking to learn more about the benefits Paper brings to each member of your district community? We encourage interested district/site leaders, teachers, families, and community partners to register for this session.


Register for a general info session

Every Tuesday from March 15-May 24

12-12:45 p.m. CT
→ Register here

Every Thursday from March 17-May 26
4-4:45 p.m. CT
→ Register here

Admin training

In this session, administrators explore the features of the Paper platform, review data insights, and get equipped with the resources to spread awareness among students, parents, and the rest of the school or district community.


Register for an administrator training session

Every Tuesday from March 29-April 26
1-1:45 p.m. CT

Every Wednesday from March 30-April 27
4-4:45 p.m. CT

Teacher training

Teachers walk away from this session with a better understanding of Paper's platform. They will feel prepared to launch Paper in their classrooms to provide students with personalized one-on-one academic support.


Register for a teacher training session

Every Tuesday from March 29-April 26
10-10:45 a.m. CT

Every Thursday from March 31-April 28
4-4:45 p.m. CT

Parent/ guardian webinars

In this session, parents and guardians learn about the many ways Paper can make a significant difference in their child's learning. These webinars are available in English and Spanish.

Resource hub

Paper has compiled the following resources for all members of the school community.
  • District/
    school leaders

    District and school leaders, don’t wait to share the news about Paper with your school community. Here are five ways you can quickly get started: 

    1. Learn more about the Paper product and how it works, watch a short video about your journey with Paper and what to expect in the months to come, and browse the Paper administrator page to hear from other district leaders on how they've implemented Paper.

    2. Register for and attend an administrator training.

    3. Send premade welcome email templates to your administrators, teachers, students, and families to let them know about the partnership and how to log in to Paper.

    4. Post about the partnership on your social media channels using our Welcome to Paper social media toolkit.
    5. Send text messages and direct robocalls to students and families using our scripted messaging.

    Need more information and resources to spread awareness about Paper across your district, schools, and community? Check out the resource hub linked below. For general questions about Paper and the MDE partnership, email

    Access the resource hub →

  • Teachers/
    support staff

    Teachers, are you ready to learn more about Paper and how our expert tutors can support your students in reaching academic success? Get started with the following steps:

    1. Learn about the Paper platform and Paper's tutors: 
    2. Sign up for a teacher training.

    3. Learn how to navigate the Paper platform by completing Paper Trail: our asynchronous training program.
      • Log in to your Teacher Dashboard.
      • Click the blue Paper Trail icon in the top-right corner of the screen.
      • Get started with the Paper Trail - PAPER course.
      • Complete the survey and become a Paper Pro.

    4. Extend your learning with our on-demand Paper Pointers video library.

    5. Make a list of five ways you can incorporate Paper into your classroom instruction moving forward.

    For more information and resources to support your students in using Paper both inside and outside the classroom, check out the Paper Binder and additional pointers in our resource hub.

    Access the resource hub →

  • Students in grades 3-12

    The Mississippi Department of Education has partnered with districts across the Magnolia State to provide students in grades 3-12 with access to free 24/7 academic support in English and math—no matter when, where, or how they need it.

    Support your students in getting started with Paper with the following steps: 

    1. Watch the Navigating your Student Dashboard video to learn how students can get started. 

    2. Have students complete Paper Station: a fun, interactive way for students to learn how to navigate their Paper account and work with tutors. To do so, they can complete the following steps:
      • Log in to their Paper account.
      • Click the blue Paper Station icon in the top-right corner of the Student Dashboard.
      • Complete the three Paper Station activities (Navigating the Student Dashboard, Paper Tutors, and Chatting with Tutors).

    3. Have students think of a subject they are struggling with and create a list of five questions to ask a tutor.

    4. Type one of the questions into the chat box on their Student Dashboard to start talking with a Paper tutor. Explore the whiteboard feature and practice uploading an attachment.

    Preparing for a tutoring session: 

    • Help students identify a specific problem(s) they need help with and encourage them to come prepared with questions they would like to ask.
    • Help students understand that the tutor will guide them through their learning by asking questions (rather than giving answers).

    For more information on supporting students in using Paper to reach their academic goals, check out our student resources!

    Access the resource hub →


  • Families

    Families, are you ready to help your student get free access to unlimited academic support? To learn more about Paper, our tutors, and how we support your student 24/7, follow these steps: 

    1. Sign up for a parent webinar (in English or Spanish).

    2. Watch the Navigating your Student Dashboard video with your student so you can both learn how to use Paper to support learning.

    3. Make a plan with your student on how they will include Paper in their study routines—and mark those plans on a calendar!

    For more information on supporting your student with using Paper at home, check out our family resources.

    Access the resource hub →


  • Local partners

    Community partners, do you work with MDE 3-12th grade students after school? To learn more about Paper, our tutors, and how you can help students access free tutoring after school, follow these steps:

    1. Sign up for a live webinar (in English or Spanish).

    2. Explore the community partner resources.

    3. Hang posters and pass out flyers around your facility.

    4. Identify three to five ways you can help students know they have access to Paper to support them outside of school.

    For more information and resources on supporting MDE 3-12th grade students outside of school, check out our community partner resources!

    Access the resource hub →


  • General info on Paper

    For more information about Paper, our tutors and their pedagogy, and upcoming Paper events, visit our general resources hub.

    Access the resource hub →