The content of the Aprende en Casa de SEP program has not been adapted for broadcast on television; These are the same as those offered as if the students were going to school.


Writing of News IMER



One of the main challenges of distance education is to provide better education to those who need it most, because in a way in Mexico before and after the pandemic the best education is available to those who need it most. have the most, said Manuel Gil Antón, Professor at the Center for Sociological Studies of El Colegio de México.

In an interview for the first issue of IMER Noticias, the professor said that the pandemic has forced us to find an adequate way to continue learning in the world, so the mixed back to school strategy is a step forward progressive towards normality.

He considers that students who attend school on regularization days should not be stigmatized, since these extraordinary studies must adapt them to new methods.

Manuel Gil Antón stressed that the same teaching and learning methods that students had before the pandemic have been maintained.

“The Aprende en Casa program seeks to reach the greatest number of students, through television, but the content has not been adapted; these are the same that would happen if the students went to school ”.

Manuel Gil Antón, professor at the Colmex Center for Sociological Studies

Therefore, Professor Colmex indicated that this program sets aside children from the poorest families in more remote communities of the country, because most of the time they have no electricity.

“If we don’t do anything to tackle inequalities in education, like access to technology, the opportunity gap will grow exponentially.”

Manuel Gil Antón, professor at the Colmex Center for Sociological Studies


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