Alberto Manzi, pioneer of distance learning

Jun 04, 2020 1070


Between 1960 and 1968 RAI aired Non è Mai Troppo Tardi (It is Never too Late), a show aimed at fighting illiteracy, as more than 10%  of the Italian  Population was still, at the beginning of the 1960s, unable to read and write. 

Alberto Manzi was a pedagogue, a writer and, above all, an elementary school  teacher: he was the one who,  with success, hosted the show, teaching lessons that went  well beyond the alphabet and that are still extraordinarily relevant today. 

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