Bill would require NC schools to teach cursive handwriting

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RALEIGH, N.C. — A bill that was introduced in the State House this week would make cursive handwriting a part of the curriculum in North Carolina elementary schools, The News and Observer reports.

The “Back to Basics” bill would also require students to memorize multiplication tables, according to the report.

The state’s move to bring back cursive handwriting comes at a time when other states are also trying to bring back a “lost” skill.

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