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Do children still need to learn cursive? Following in our first discussion of whether cursive should be taught, many listeners now in their twenties say they didn’t learn cursive in school and have trouble reading it. Others view it as a lost art, akin to calligraphy, which should be learned and practiced for its aesthetic value. This is part of a complete episode.

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  • Does this mean that people will be reverting to “making their mark” on legal documents? I am currently on active duty and routinely have to explain to younger Sailors the difference between “signing” their name to a document and “printing” their name.

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