Professor Graham says the issue isn't what kind of handwriting is taught, but that children learn to be fluent in some type of transcription. He points to studies where two groups of people were given the same essay to grade. One group got an essay written in poor, but legible handwriting; the other, an essay in more attractive handwriting (not necessarily cursive). The essay with the more attractive handwriting received a better grade.
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