England could pen new chapter for handwriting lessons

In response to the rise in texting among students, officials in England are proposing a draft secondary-school curriculum that reintroduces an emphasis on handwriting instruction. The draft standards would require students to be able to write accurate business and personal letters by hand and in upper grades "increase the range of their writing" and use "accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar."

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