Distributing Educational Materials

Distance teaching grew up in north-west Europe and North America in the age of the railways. Expanding and improving postal services meant that lessons could be sent quickly through the post and students' work could quickly be returned to a headquarters for marking. Today it is widely used in countries which have much greater problems of communication and in which population densities are lower.


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