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Learning cursive in the first grade helps students, Quebec study finds

By 2014, 45 American states will stop teaching cursive writing in favor of keyboard proficiency. In Quebec, there are no plans for the moment to abandon this type of writing. Teaching and daily use of handwriting are essential, if only to avoid being at the mercy of technology, say experts in a new article.
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