Cursive Writing Is Looping Back Into Schools
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Cursive writing, also known as script or longhand, is making a comeback to school’s curriculum. After a generation of students who know only keyboarding, texting and printing out their words longhand, they are about to learn the flowing form of penmanship.
Penmanship proponents say writing words in an unbroken line of swooshing l’s and three-humped m’s is just a faster, easier way of taking notes. Others say students should be able to understand documents written in cursive, such as, say, a letter from Grandma. And still more say it’s just a good life skill to have, especially when it comes to signing your name.
Source: Associated Press
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