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adidas yeezy womens roseve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the ju,yeezy boost yzyve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juyeezy boost price

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He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the ju,yeezy 350 adidas websiteve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juyeezy boost 750 retail price

adidas yeezy boost 750 march 18ve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the ju,yeezy boost doveve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juve across the heartland from the Texas panhandle to western South Dakota on Wednesday.A transgender man is suing New York City, claiming he was “harassed and humiliated” after getting kicked out of a public pool’s men’s locker room last summer.24-year-old Bryan Ellicott said he was asked to use the women’s changing room after the city’s Parks Department was notified of his presence, the Associated Press reports.“No one deserves to be treated that way,” said Ellicott, an employee of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, outside of the State Supreme Court building at a Tuesday press conference.In papers filed Monday, Ellicot says ugg classic size 3he was discriminated against by three Parks Department staffers on the basis of his gender identity and asked the courts to rule that transgender people are protected in locker rooms and bathrooms under the city’s human rights law. He is also asking for unspecified damages.“It may sound simple to just use the bathroom, but when you can’t, it makes your life awfully complicated,” said Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is representing Ellicott.New York City’s Law Department said it will respond on behalf of the Parks Department to the AP’s request for comment once it is served with the lawsuit and has a chance to reugg classic size 3view it.[AP]This past summer, Tennessee state Rep. Sheila Butt got a call from a mother who said she wanted to talk about her son, a junior in high school. The woman explained that her son’s history teacher was writing homework assignments on the board in cursive—and her son couldn’t read them. Butt did some digging and found similar problems across the state. “We had students not able to read, nor write their signature, in cursive writing … That was unbelievable to me,” she said in February. “To say that we’ve educated children in Tennessee and taken away this form of instruction, this link to our heritage out of classrooms, is a grave disserugg classic size 3vice.”Butt, speaking at a committee hearing, had just introduced an amendment that would mandate cursive instruction in all public schools, a measure that was put on the books as law in mid-May. At least five other states have considered—or are still considering—similar bills this year, all attempts to defy the oft-heralded “death of handwriting” wrought by the almighty keyboard. But proponents say they aren’t just nostalgic Luddites. Here are other arguments the pro-cursive crowd uses to demand classroom time alongside QWERTY.American institutions still require signatures for things! Butt provided the example of needing to both sign and print one’s ugg classic size 3name to receive a registered letter at the post office, as well signing one’s name to support a candidate for public office. More generally, one’s John Hancock is a tool that can provide security; experts have said that printed letters are easier to forge.It’s good for our minds!Research suggests that printing letters and writing in cursive activate different parts of the brain. Learning cursive is good for children’s fine motor skills, and writing in longhand generally helps students retain more information and generate more ideas. Studies have also shown that kids who learn cursive rather than simply manuscript writing score better on reading and spelling tests, perugg classic size 3haps because the linked-up cursive forces writers to think of words as wholes instead of parts.Kids can’t read the Declaration of Independence!At least not the original, pen and ink version. Butt waxed about the thrill of reading the Emancipation Proclamation or the Bill of Rights in their founding forms—and what a travesty it is to raise Americans who would look at those documents as if they were written in hieroglyphics. “So that students are able to read our most valued historical documents in their original form,” reads a New Jersey proposal, “this bill requires that cursive be included in the public school curriculum.”Some people need it!As Maria Konnugg classic size 3ikova outlines in this New York Times piece, some people suffer brain injuries that damage their ability to write and understand print—while their ability to comprehend cursive remains. Researchers have also, she notes, suggested that cursive can serve as a teaching aid for children with learning impairments like dyslexia.People like the way it looks!Though this is presented sans science, one assumes love letters are generally more effective when they look like this than when they look like this. More concrete proof of cursive’s aesthetic prowess can be found in established arts like cursive calligraphy. In a 1950 TIME story about a calligraphy competition between the English schugg classic size 3oolboys of Eton and Harrow, the columnist reaches this conclusion: “More important than the juyeezy 350 all black



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