After marking two centuries since the birth of Vuk Karadzic, the father of Serbian literacy, it was realized that there were 33,042 illiterate persons in Belgrade alone. This is the number of those who admitted to not knowing how to read or write during the April 1991 census. Research shows that the number of those […]

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