Cursive writing has become a state of issue.
Seven states, namely California, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Utah, Massachusetts and North Carolina have fought to keep cursive in their curriculum. In 2013, the Common Core State Standards dictated that cursive would no longer be taught in elementary schools but many educators and child psychologists feel that writing has positive effects. Cursive writing help improves cognitive development and motor skills, builds self-confidence. It also improves reading skills because when forming the letters, children learn the sound at the same time. Finally, it is proven to help foster creativity and critical thinking skills.
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