Cursive is hard to read, and most of the people do not use cursive Many times, people write in cursive in their letters.
However, a lot of people have a hard time reading it, and have a bad time getting the true message.
Learning cursive is as similar as learning something you will not use for applications. There is simply no difference in using cursive, unless you want to send the wrong message and confuse everyone who writes in print.
Adults increasingly abandon cursive. In 2012, handwriting teachers were surveyed at a conference hosted by Zaner-Bloser, a publisher of cursive textbooks. Only 37 percent wrote in cursive; another 8 percent printed. The majority, 55 percent, wrote a hybrid: some elements resembling print-writing, others resembling cursive. When most handwriting teachers shun cursive, why mandate it?
Zaner-Bloser handwriting survey: Results on-line at http://www.Hw21summit.Com/media/zb/hw21/files/H2937N_post_event_stats.Pdf
The money can be used for education. The olympic games cost tens of billions of dollars, a good use of that money is by spending it on education. Our world needs more funds on education, and cutting the olympics will make great quantities of funds available. The olympics do not benefit society in any way because the olympics is nothing more than "entertainment." Education has long term benefits to an economy and employment. The olympics do not benefit any economy.
The Olympics does not benefit an economy, but hinders development. The Beijing Olympic games cost $40 billion dollars. The Sochi Olympic games cost russia $51 billion dollars. Unfortunately, the Olympic games cost tens of billions of dollars. This hinders a country's development, because the money that is wasted delays funds to scientific development. There is also no benefit from the Olympics in return. Therefore, the Olympic games is a waste and should be stopped forever.