NC House To Discuss Cursive Handwriting Proposal

8:50 AM, Mar 26, 2013   |    comments
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Raleigh, NC -- Some North Carolina legislators want to require that school children learn how to write and multiply even in today's modern world.   

A legislative committee on Tuesday is scheduled to discuss a proposal to change state law and require public schools to teach cursive handwriting and force students to memorize their multiplication tables.   

The back-to-basics bill being considered by the House Education Committee goes further by insisting that students be taught handwriting until they can write legible documents before finishing fifth grade

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