Students connect with seniors through letters in cursive
Our series, A More Perfect Union, highlights how the things Americans have in common far outweigh our differences. In this installment, we look at the power of the written word. Common core standards no longer require students to learn cursive, but supporters of long-hand writing refuse to let it die. Omar Villafranca visited a school in Dallas to see how loops and tails are connecting people in a digital world.