On June 25th, CursiveLogic made a presentation to the public at the U.S. National Archives. The National Archives is the inter-agency organization that holds the records of the United States Federal government. They invited CursiveLogic because they they too are concerned about the disappearance of cursive in education.
Prisca LeCroy presented the case for cursive, overviewing research showing the many benefits to students of learning to write in cursive. Linda Shrewsbury demonstrated the CursiveLogic method with attendees practicing on individual dry-erase boards.
Linda also did a meet and greet at Fahrney’s Pens, at their store in DC, earlier today. We have some new things in the works right now, so keep telling folks about us. If you like the product, someone you know may like it just as much.
Thanks for all your support!