Columbus, OH (April 2, 2014) – Today, Zaner-Bloser announces the Nicholas Maxim Award Winners in the 23rd annual National Handwriting Contest. The Nicholas Maxim Award honors two special needs students—one manuscript (print) winner and one cursive winner—for their dedication and mastery of handwriting. To be eligible for the Nicholas Maxim Award, a student must have a cognitive delay, or an intellectual, physical, or developmental disability.

This year’s cursive winner, Daniel Shi, is a third grade student from The SEEALL Academy in Brooklyn, N.Y. Daniel experiences fine motor and visual perceptual weaknesses. “Completing his assignments in print was a challenge for Daniel,...

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