In ~1993 I returned my first English paper with a printout (first that did it) and the teacher looked at it like it was contagious. She said it should be hand written, but finally took it. Next paper I returned with Script font (the "hand written one") and asked if this was any better
. Again she didn't like it, but not as big of a shock.
There was a reason for that, my hand writing was so poor looking that I had hear it from couple of teachers that it was hard to make out what it said. I wrote like we were told as kids (don't know what it is in English, but http://www.fontbros.com/images/1150/TYPA-SWSC-SP.gif
) and many others wrote like the text here (don't know what this writing style is called either) that is more clear.
In University they'd fail my paper if it was hand written. Strict rules of margins, font sizes and other stuff. So the times change, I doubt there is no wikipedia campaigns in 2020.