The Debate Over Cursive Writing Has Bigger Implications

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State lawmakers today will consider a bill that requires public schools to teach students cursive.

The House has already approved it and a Senate Committee is looking at it today; but there's a much bigger picture to consider here than just handwriting.

Daniel Kiel is a University of Memphis professor, and was on the Transition Planning Commission for the school merger.


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