In today’s fast-paced, highly competitive classrooms, paper continues to be the preferred tool for productivity among students, teachers and parents. 94 percent of college students say paper is essential to helping them achieve their academic goals, and 89 percent of students in grades 7th through 12th agree. Meanwhile, 92 percent of educators and 90 percent of parents agree that reading 15 pages a day on paper can benefit any student. Paper’s enduring role in education comes as no surprise: 8 in 10 people say that paper and paper-based packaging are relevant in their daily lives. After all, paper is a versatile material that helps us ideate and create, accomplishing our objectives.
Explore this year's Paper and Productive Learning: The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report to discover the many ways paper remains essential for productive learning in today’s technology-fueled culture.
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Paper and Productive Learning:
The Fourth Annual Back-to-School Report