Inclusion not only involves undifferentiated access to technological resources, but also essentially directing technologies towards promoting the skills of students and educators.
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June 30, 2021, 5:02 a.m.
The discussion around inclusion in education gains renewed momentum in light of the challenges posed by the transformation of education and the education system in the post-pandemic era. Certainly the implications and consequences of COVID-19 reveal the multidimensionality, harshness and permanence of situations of vulnerability before which, educational systems face the need to deepen the concept, contents and scope of inclusion under a vision of set.
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