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ARREDONDO RAMIREZ, Pablo. The Presence of México Conectado in Primary Education. Comun. soc [online]. 2020, vol.17, e7804.  Epub Aug 30, 2021. ISSN 0188-252X.

This article depicts a research dealing with México Conectado, a federal government program -turned on in the period 2012 thru 2018- aimed at improving digital connectivity in public spaces such as primary schools. The exploration was carried out by looking the state of connectivity, presence and use of Internet in twenty public schools in the Guadalajara’s metropolitan area, Jalisco, Mexico. Results tend to contradict the official policy and discourse regarding the state of connectivity, particularly in the school system. The conclusion is that government figures concerning educational use of Internet tend to cover up realities that should be explored academically in a deeper way.

Keywords : Education; conectivity; Internet; Jalisco; public policies.

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