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Remote education in Venezuela is in trouble.

Thousands of young Venezuelans are struggling to receive remote education in this COVID-19 crisis. Many families have to use technology in ways th

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Thousands of young Venezuelans are struggling to receive remote education in this COVID-19 crisis.

Many families have to use technology in ways that add to their fragile budgets so that their children can get the education they need.

In order to face the pandemic, President Nicolas Maduro decided to close the schools and offer online classes, in a country where resources are limited, poverty is a problem for most Venezuelans, and even turning on a light is a luxury.

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