Scaling 1:1 experiences for every student
District leaders unpack the cost, infrastructure, and equity implications of 1:1
About the series
Getting devices into the hands of every student is just the first step in providing 1:1 experiences—and it's opened the door for richer innovations and conversations in education.
Join K-12 administrators across departments to discuss the cost, infrastructure, and equity implications of building an all-encompassing culture of 1:1 at their district.
Learn how you can:
Total cost of delivering true 1:1 experiences
Wednesday, April 14th | 10am PT, 1pm ET
District leaders unpack the ongoing costs and complexities of 1:1 initiatives. You'll hear how their plans address the true costs of 1:1 support across their districts—from initial device costs to software, services, and training.
Tech infrastructures for anytime, anywhere learning
Wednesday, April 21st | 10am PT, 1pm ET
As the back and forth between online, blended, and traditional instruction continues, school and district leaders need to set up the right technological infrastructure to support educators and learners anytime, anywhere. A diverse panel of administrators will show you how to solidify your existing tech infrastructure to serve today’s dynamic classrooms.
Scaling educational equity, one
student at a time
Thursday, April 29th | 1pm PT, 4pm ET
Educational support doesn't begin and end with the school bell. Given the urgent need to recover lost learning, districts must tackle the striking disparities in the support students have outside of school. Join leaders in diverse districts as they share how they are scaling resources and programs to reach more students, better.
Paper partners with school districts to deliver 1:1 tutoring that is equitable, scalable, and cost-effective. Students get unlimited 24/7 live help and writing feedback, teachers get insights to tackle individual learning gaps, and administrators get actionable data to inform strategic decisions. Paper’s multilingual tutors add an extra layer of support across all content areas and grade levels, in and out of the classroom—so students always have access to expert help exactly when, where, and how they need it.