In the 1400s, sons of good families were sent to be taught Latin by the Church. The monks who taught them weren’t trained as educators, and they made heavy use of corporal punishment. So it wasn’t much fun to learn to read back then.
In this period, no one assumed that everyone needed to be able to read--quite the contrary. Reading was for religious purposes
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