Guess writing is right up there with reading, don’t really need it anymore!
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A Senate panel narrowly advanced a bill requiring South Carolina’s school districts to teach students how to write in cursive by fifth grade after questioning its $27.6 million price tag.
Senators sent it to the full Education Committee Thursday on a 3-2 vote. The state budget office estimates districts would have to spend a combined $25 million on instructional materials and $2.5 million on travel for teacher training.