Concern over handwriting lessons
Many primary schools could be "handicapping" pupils by not devoting enough time and effort to teaching handwriting, a study suggests.
More than half of the teachers interviewed at 39 schools in south-east England said they had not received enough training in the area.
London University's Institute of Education also found most schools did not work on improving writing speeds.
But a government spokesman said "clear, well-paced objectives" were in place.
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Neither in Egypt, although the Arabic writing is known by its caligraphy, students don't recieve handwriting lessons.Originally Posted by Red5
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