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Home Education Response to COVID-19 COVID-19 pandemic and indigenous and non-indigenous students in Mexico

COVID-19 pandemic and indigenous and non-indigenous students in Mexico

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Story Source: World Education Blog ~ Go to Original Article

Throughout the pandemic, indigenous communities have emphasised that remote learning strategies should not solely rely on online access to provide educational services. Otherwise, existing inequalities between indigenous and non-indigenous students may exacerbate as many indigenous households are in rural areas with limited internet connectivity. Access to effective remote distance learning platforms is not the only concern; countries with strong cultural diversity, as in Mexico, should also aim for these services to be culturally and linguistically pertinent.

Indigenous peoples have limited access and inadequate infrastructure for distance learning…………………………………………….