Changing times: Is cursive handwriting still necessary?
(MUKWONAGO) - A signature makes everything official whether you're buying a house, car or perhaps acknowledging you've read your child's report card. The U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and names of those who signed it are all written in cursive. But in the age of emails, text messages and emoji, is cursive handwriting still necessary?
Right now in Wisconsin there's bipartisan support for a bill that would require students know cursive by the end of 5th grade.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Michael Schlesinger takes a closer look the effort to prevent this style from being written off.