The great cursive war continues to scrawl its way across the pages of modern education policy. Just a few years after some predicted it would become a relic of a bygone era, Alabama and Louisiana passed laws to make them the latest of 14 states mandating cursive proficiency in public schools. Why can't one side seem to win the back-and-forth over the future of writing?
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Don't Write Off Science
Cursive handwriting is dying. But some politicians refuse to accept it.
Written by Cody Gough November 21, 2017
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