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What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades

New York Times - June 3, 2014

            As education passes over penmanship for a more rigorous content in school, many children continue to struggle in learning. Read about research that is being completed to bolster the need to continue handwriting for all ages.

Learning Cursive in the First Grade Helps Students

Atlanta Journal-Constitution - September 16, 2013

            The debate continues as to when a child should learn cursive. Read about the benefits of learning cursive in the first grade, instead of later in life.

Handwriting Improves Memory Retention

Out of the Jungle - May 25, 2014

            Technology is invading every facet of our lives. Many students are beginning to take notes on their computers in college, and even in some high schools. Read about the hindrance of taking notes on computers and the helpfulness of handwriting.

Printing, cursive, keyboarding: What’s the difference when it comes to learning?

Indiana University - January 24, 2012

            As many states allow cursive to fall into the background, Indiana strives to keep it alive. Read about why IU neuroscientist Karin Harman James pushed to keep cursive writing in the curriculum.

Teaching Handwriting Helps Students Achieve

McGraw-Hill Education

            20 minutes a day isn’t a lot of time… Is it? Read about how 20 minutes a day could improve a student’s ability to learn and improve their scores in all areas of their curriculum.

An article from McGraw-Hill Education.

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