If nationally adopted, it would replace the three different German cursives currently being taught in schools: the Lateinische Ausgangsschrift (introduced in 1953), the Schulausgangsschrift (1968), and the Vereinfachte Ausgangsschrift (1969), providing a standardized system of handwriting in German school systems.
Grundschrift letters are written separately as block letters as opposed to cursive script, in which letters are conjoined together in a flowing motion.
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