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Handwriting Without Tears

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Special Report from the Association of National State Boards of Education

Research is on our side. According to the Policy Update, published recently by the National Association of School Boards of Education, research from the past 10–15 years “points to the educational benefits of learning to write by hand,” including improvements in cognitive and motor skill development, literacy development, brain development, memory, and written expression.

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