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.
Did you know that reading aids memory, slows cognitive decline and helps people learn? The Paper and Packaging Board recommends setting a reading goal of 15 pages a day. Find out why, and learn how you can take the pledge.
Heading back to school? Sometimes old-school strategies and supplies are the best. When you make your shopping list, don’t forget these seven back-to-school items that don’t require batteries, power cords or chargers.
New research shows that students and parents overwhelmingly prefer paper to technology when it comes to education. Find out why paper remains essential for productive learning in the latest Paper and Packaging Board Back-to-School Report.
Domtar recognizes the influence educators have on the next generation of the work force. That’s why we invited teachers and counselors from York County schools to learn more about careers at Domtar.
Students from the Trésor-du-Boisé elementary school and seniors from the Les Verrières du Golf retirement center in Montréal spent six months writing letters to each other as part of Domtar’s PaperPal program.