I saw this in a pile of forgotten masters while walking by the copier. It was love.
Check out the clear hierarchy. The single, legible font. The single style for emphasis. Margins tightly aligned. The second lines indenting just as they should. Spacing is evenly distributed. The kids know exactly where to look, where to go for their next question, and where to find important information.
I stood there, the clear design drawing me in, the world slowing to a crawl behind me. I took it, scanned it, and decided that, look, unless you know how to translate all these techniques from the handwritten page to the printed page, stand by your handwriting.
Computers make light work of worksheets for teachers, but whether they’re any good for students depends entirely on the skill of the designer.