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bdmthrfkr bdmthrfkr 31-35, F 13 Answers Dec 8, 2012 in Education

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If they aren't taught to read or write cursive - how will they ever be able to read historical documents - The Declaration of Independence, The US Constitution, and every other official document that guarantee the rights of freedom, liberty and independence. Makes you wonder....doesn't it?

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EXACTLY!!! I find it heart-breaking that kids won't even be able to read whatever's written on the back of old family pics!

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If people are wise - they won't leave their kids at the mercy of this flawed, incompetent educational system, but will supplement learning at home.

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Agreed.

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Bad. So much for reading your ancestors amazing stories and journals for your class project.

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Horrible. I didn't even know about this. Ugh. Wow.

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Yeah, I just found out the other day when my niece wasn't able to read the card her grandma sent her. Sad, isn't it?

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Extremely! I'm definitely teaching my child, when I have one, regardless of the school system. -shakes head- Goodness...

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I wouldn't be surprised if traditional writing gets replaced with teaching little ones how to type instead.

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really? I was taught cursive. I think it is bad. it is because the curriculum is so overloaded thet needed to make room for more usless crap.

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I hated cursive so much i taught myself to write in linked script using the school newsletter as a base

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