Oscar Sanchez, a fifth-grader at Enders Elementary, works on his cursive handwriting on Thursday. The class is trying out an old-school handwriting curriculum to see how explicit cursive writing instruction might fit into today’s classrooms.
Oscar Sanchez, a fifth-grader at Enders Elementary, works on his cursive handwriting on Thursday. The class is trying out an old-school handwriting curriculum to see how explicit cursive writing instruction might fit into today’s classrooms. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Oscar Sanchez, a fifth-grader at Enders Elementary, works on his cursive handwriting on Thursday. The class is trying out an old-school handwriting curriculum to see how explicit cursive writing instruction might fit into today’s classrooms. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

Wichita schools explore how cursive fits into modern classrooms

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