Legislation to require New Jersey students to learn cursive handwriting in school

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Elementary schools in New Jersey would be required to teach students how to read and write in cursive handwriting under legislation recently introduced by Assemblywoman Angela McKnight.

The bill (A-6010) would require elementary school curriculum to include activities and instructional materials to help students become proficient in reading and writing cursive by the end of third grade.

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