Was taking cursive writing our of schools in the 21st Century a good thing? The explanations they are using is confusing of why. When you Google it, it’s because of stylistic choices and technological advancements. Cursive has traditionally been used as a way of signing our name of important documents. If the Constitution of the United States is written in cursive, newbie generations won’t be able to read it. But you can find some Charter Schools still teaching cursive writing. Do you prefer block letters or cursive writing? I noticed that when I stopped writing in cursive, my handwriting got worse.
Is this because of the permanent switch to laptops and desktops? The state that you live in will review their academic standards and choose to change or add what they deem important. Now I see why many parents have gone to home-schooling. More parents are taking their kids education into their on hands, and it’s a beautiful site to see.