Connect equality, which delivered netbooks to secondary students, who was born in 2010 and was suspended in 2015 during the government of Mauricio Macri (
and replaced by the Learn Connected plan, which stopped delivering computers to the kids),
come back in the next few months, according to the Deputy Minister of Education,
In an interview in AM 750, he affirmed that the plan is in an incipient stage, and that it takes several months to put into practice. "The care of the equipment is abandoned; we are taking stock of what has been left," said the vice minister, who anticipated that the new program (which may have another name) dialogue with cell phones, which "today are in the hands of all the boys ", and with the
National Reading Plan.
The official did not give a specific date, noting that it may vary between provinces and that it is still a project under development.
The history of the plan Connect Equality
Conectar Igualdad was born in 2010 to deliver netbooks to all public secondary schools in the country; according to the Sarmiento Plan, which the porting government had implemented, and the
Ceibal Plan, which was implemented in 2007 in Uruguay; He delivered 6 million teams.
Amid complaints of overcharges in previous payments (from $ 500 per computer they went to 240), the Government announced a tender that reduces the requirements of locally manufactured components and promises to deliver 500,000 new equipment, although it ends up delivering more than half . In
May 2018 was relaunched as Learn Connected, but eliminating the distribution of computers among students.
. (tagsToTranslate) The plan Connect Equality and the delivery of netbooks to students (t) returns, although without a defined date – LA NACION