This report explores parents', students' and educators' relationships to, and reliance on, paper, in both their lives and the classroom. Survey data and research compiled by the Paper and Packaging Board confirms just how important paper is to learning. In fact, the survey revealed that 91% of us carry paper in some form or another every single day. Though ubiquitous -- and perhaps because of its ubiquity -- paper, and our relationship to it, often goes unnoticed. This report sheds light on the specific ways paper reinforces the learning process.