Every year on January 23rd we celebrate National Handwriting Day, which falls on John Hancock's birthday. Started in the early 1980s by the Writing Instrument Manufacturer's Association, National (and now International) Handwriting Day is intended to bring recognition to handwriting.
Click here to access our free white paper, which discusses the current research on why it is important to keep cursive training in the curriculum.
Let us know what you have planned for January 23rd! Send an email to AHAF President Sheila Lowe: email@example.com