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PAPERbasket Seeking K-12 Districts to Take Part in "Inspect What You Respect" Grant

PAPERbasket’s new user analytics solution offers a new patent-pending method of distinguishing active versus inactive use
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With K-12 schools now spending in excess of $3B annually on subscriptions for applications, learning platforms and digital content, school district leaders remain unable to determine how often and to what effect the resources are used. 

PAPERbasket’s new user analytics solution offers a new patent-pending method of distinguishing active versus inactive use, providing more objective and accurate data than any tool on the market. The company is now accepting applications from U.S. school districts interesting in taking part in PAPERbasket’s “Inspect What You Respect” grant, and being among the first to test the solution for greater efficacy in edtech.

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