KOOL Question of the Day

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A Nevada Senator wants every student in his state to be able to write in cursive. 

The Republican state lawmaker is behind a bill that would make it a requirement for elementary schools to teach cursive handwriting to students before the fourth grade. 

He says students should learn cursive in order to read old letters and historical documents, and that learning cursive handwriting improves motor skills and hand-eye coordination. 

Other lawmakers have brought forward legislation that would add to the list of subjects already required in Nevada schools. Bills under consideration this session propose mandatory ethnic studies, financial literacy, and physical education classes.

The "KOOL Question of the Day" is:

"Should cursive writing be required learning?"