Is your child getting too much screen time at school? Find out why parents and educators alike are asking for a return to printed textbooks and good old-fashioned pencil and paper.
Domtar helped Office Depot bring classroom essentials to schools serving low-income families. Learn more about how the Start Proud! school supply program helped students and teachers enter the 2019-2020 academic year well equipped.
Assistive technology is great, but for people living with visual impairments, braille literacy is an essential life skill. Here’s why learning to read braille on paper ensures accessibility for those with low or no vision.
Is the pen mightier than the pixel? Proven handwriting benefits make a strong case for choosing pen and paper over digital alternatives, and schools are starting to pay attention. Learn more.
On March 2, we’ll celebrate Read Across America Day, which also kicks off National Reading Month. Find out how we’ll help promote literacy this month through our Powerful Pages program and our partnerships with literacy advocates.
As part of a new community investment program, Domtar partnered with Office Depot to provide paper and school supplies to teachers and students from low-income families in five states. Learn more.
The Paper and Packaging Board’s Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report highlights the role paper plays in productive learning in the classroom and beyond. Find out more about the benefits of print in this important report.
The Paper and Packaging Board worked with Young Minds Inspired to bring its 15 Pages A Day program into schools. By setting a classroom reading goal of 15 pages each day, teachers can help improve educational outcomes.
Does print have a place in higher education marketing? In this article from Domtar’s Blueline Magazine, three experts weigh in on the power of print and the importance of reaching multiple generations through omnichannel campaigns.
Education is key to raising kids out of poverty. That’s why First Book is committed to offering books and other resources to low-income kids so they can make the most of their educational opportunities.