BALTIMORE - A school district in Missouri says it may stop teaching kids how to write in cursive. They say technology has made the practice obsolete. What do students think?
"I think they should teach it cause then we'll have a second way to write," said one student. “You don't really need it cause if you order something online, you don't need cursive."
There is no word on when a final decision could be made.
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