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Analysis: Why handwriting is back in Ontario classrooms

Once thought old-fashioned by the computer generation, cursive writing will be back in both the Thames Valley District and London District Catholic school boards when about 100,000 students head back to the classroom Wednesday for the start of the new school year. Dropped in 2006 because it was believed keyboarding skills were more important, old-school handwriting will start in Grade 3 as mandated by the province. Read More

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