Cursive handwriting is part of being an American, senator says
Apparently, kids today can’t read letters their grandparents write in cursive, and that’s a big problem as far as Washington state legislators are concerned.
A bill that was introduced to the state senate would require all students enrolled in Washington grade schools to write in cursive. Yes, cursive. That curly style of lettering that we no longer see.
The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Pam Roach, told K5 news that she was inspired to sponsor the bill after hearing that one of her constituents had written a note to her grandson, but he couldn’t read it. Read more…