What’s your take on kids not learning cursive any longer? I was quite shocked to find this out. Many forms have you sign and then print your name. I think it’s still important to learn cursive even though our future signatures will be a digital fingerprint.
I still frequently use a pen and paper to record information. Cursive comes in handy. I have smartphones and iPads, but they are still not as handy. Electronic storage of information is useful for me as I am far less likely to loose it and find it easily.
I honestly don't see why there is such concern about it. Aside from a signature, no one really uses it much any more. I see it sometimes on birthday cards and Christmas cards but, really nothing else. And as far as signatures go, even those are becoming more often digital. I bought my house a little over a year ago. I never actually signed a physical piece of paper with the mortgage company. It was all digital signatures online.