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Wed September 25, 2013
Should schools continue to teach kids to write in cursive?
When was the last time you got a hand-written note in the mail?
When was the last time you wrote a note in cursive?
The recently approved Common Core standards don't include a requirement to teach children cursive. That’s prompted a question. Do we need cursive or is it merely an antiquated writing style that’s not all that useful anymore?
Gerry Conti is a neuroscientist and occupational therapist and an Assistant Professor at Wayne State University, and she joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.