Kan. board of education to set standards for handwriting

12/12/2012 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

The Kansas State Board of Education on Wednesday voted to adopt curriculum standards to help guide educators in teaching cursive writing but said proficiency in cursive will not be evaluated through standardized testing. The board also adopted a policy statement in which they encourage schools to teach cursive writing and include cursive instruction across the curriculum.

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