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Dedication to handwriting excellence pays off for National Winners and Grand National Champions in the 2013 National Handwriting Contest.
Beyond Bullying Summit white paper summarizes research on how social-emotional learning benefits schools and students.
A movement to keep cursive handwriting in the curriculum is taking hold across the country, this District Administration Magazine article explains.
Dr. Virginia Berninger responds to a handwriting policy update from the National Association of State Boards of Education.
In the year following Handwriting in the 21st Century? An Educational Summit, states have been revisiting the need for handwriting in schools.
Voices Literature & Writing boosts academic achievement—while promoting pro-social behavior both in and out of the classroom.
A new white paper by Dr. Steve Graham explores the current state of writing achievement in the United States and the foundational skills and strategies that underlie good writing ability.
Educators and students debate the role of cursive handwriting in the classroom.
Beyond Bullying Summit presenters share expertise about infusing the curriculum with social-emotional learning.
Philip Hensher's essay on The Wall Street Journal website discusses the sentimental value of handwriting.