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Has a gap in old-school handwriting and spelling tuition contributed to NZ's declining literacy scores?

By Christine Braid, Professional Learning and Development Facilitator in Literacy Education, Massey University
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Kiwi school kids are not consistently taught letter formation or spelling the way they once were. But these simple skills are part of the foundations of higher learning.

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