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The next page for Cursive Writing

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Cursive writing, in this age of computers, can look like a foreign language to some kids.

So what about the future of Cursive Writing; Is it still relevant?

Our series "Advancing Education" hears why one elementary school teacher thinks the fancy loops need to stay.

Leona Gaber has been teaching primary school for thirty years.
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