Indiana schools to stop teaching cursive writing
Starting this fall, schools in Indiana won't have to teach kids how to write in cursive.
Until now, kids started learning cursive handwriting in 2nd grade; but state education officials say computers and web books have made cursive a relic of the past; so it won't be required any more.
Local school districts can still teach it if they want; but the state says it's more important to teach kids good keyboard skills.
Hmmm im not sure how I feel about this.
How will these kids sign their names if they dont know cursive?
I picture their signature to look like Krusty the Clowns