The issue sort of grabbed some attention when one of the Trayvon Martin witnesses was unable to read a note written in cursive.
It's duplicative and outdated however many historical documents are written in cursive. Also we still necessitate 'signatures'. Not that you couldn't have a printed signature but cursive is more personalized.
I'd not have missed the cursive lessons. I think I'll have a #2 pencil induced callous on my pointer finger until the end of time.
What should we do with cursive?
|The status quo: School kids should continue to learn to read and write cursive. :||9 (27.3%)|
|No Cursive:||9 (27.3%)|
|Elective Cursive:||7 (21.2%)|
|BAN PENCILS:||8 (24.2%)|