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#WarpEd: Is Cursive Writing a Thing of the Past?

WarpEdu9.pngIs cursive writing dead and buried? Will archeologists find leavings of it on stone tablets centuries in the future? Or is it important to continue to teach? We'd love to hear your thoughts!

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