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Latin America: share of schools with sufficient internet speed 2018, by quintile

Inequalities in Latin America are widely spread. When it comes to education, these differences are expressed in different aspects, including that of connectivity. According to data based on the results from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2018, while more than half of students in the top socioeconomic quintile had access to sufficient internet bandwith in schools, this figure was true for 22 percent of students in the bottom quintile.

Share of students with sufficient internet bandwidth in schools according to their principals in Latin America in 2018, by socioeconomic quintile

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Release date

May 2020



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Supplementary notes

According to the source, "the indicator is expressed as the percentage of students in schools whose school principal agreed or strongly agreed that the bandwidth or internet speed in the schools was sufficient".

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