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Handwriting becoming a lost art as fewer schools teach cursive

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Michael Ein

AbiGayle Clark, 7, left, Saniah Brumfield, 7, Adrianna Koegler, 7, and Shelby Cottrell, 6, practice handwriting in class, Tuesday Apr. 30, 2013, at the Weymouth Township school. The school still puts a lot of emphasis on good handwriting, and students there recently won state and national level handwriting awards. (The Press of Atlantic City/Staff Photo by Michael Ein)

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Brian Ruga, 9, likes to write in cursive.

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8 images

Michael Ein

AbiGayle Clark, 7, left, Saniah Brumfield, 7, Adrianna Koegler, 7, and Shelby Cottrell, 6, practice handwriting in class, Tuesday Apr. 30, 2013, at the Weymouth Township school. The school still puts a lot of emphasis on good handwriting, and students there recently won state and national level handwriting awards. (The Press of Atlantic City/Staff Photo by Michael Ein)