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Should cursive writing still be taught in schools?

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Beaumont

Nov-16-13 12:01 PM

"They also need to teach kids how to write an actual Thank You note, mailed through the mail with a stamp." That was our job as a parent!

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WatchDog

Nov-16-13 11:13 AM

Every document you sign from contracts to a driver's license require a cursive signature. That is an identity tool why would they stop teaching cursive it is still needed. They can't just learn to print their name, goodness forgery would would rein.

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Poollady

Nov-16-13 9:34 AM

They also need to teach kids how to write an actual Thank You note, mailed through the mail with a stamp.

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Beaumont

Nov-16-13 8:04 AM

Do we have someone to teach it?

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