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the digital divide in Peru
nowadays is a problem for everybody because there are alot student that don't have this sources.
poor access to education
pregnancy in adolescence
low quality technical training
lack of access to social networks.
The digital divide is represent more in rural zones
The consequences are
Incommunicado and insulated
Barrier to study and knowledge
Accentuates social differences
According to SUTEP
79% of educational premises do not have access to the Internet: 90% of schools are primary and 73% are secondary.
64% of children are exposed to cyber risks.
In Peru there are 8 students per computer in primary school, and 6 in secondary school. The technological gap in the country is large.
Strategies to reduce digital divide
Alliance for an Affordable Internet (A4AI)
Digital literacy programs
Impact of digital divide on education
More than ever there are numerous educational platforms where you can learn advanced skills.
Access to ICT has been linked to academic success and excellent scientific research.
The internet is a rich library of information.
Education empowers the mind. It is crucial to keep up with this dynamic sector for remarkable success to an individual and society.
He did not feel reassured when the Mayor told him:
“We don’t have TV-enabled repeater antennas. The radio has a very bad signal and the children can’t hear well enough to understand the lessons. And what can I tell you about the Internet? There’s no signal anywhere.”