AFFECTATION OF THE FAMILY ECONOMY AND ITS DIRECT IMPACT ON HIGHER EDUCATION IN MEXICO DUE TO THE HEALTH CONTINGENCY OF COVID-19

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BELEM IDALIA SERRET-CRUZ

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The “Type of Article” of this paper is “Letter to the Editor”. This paper discuses about: “AFFECTATION OF THE FAMILY ECONOMY AND ITS DIRECT IMPACT ON HIGHER EDUCATION IN MEXICO DUE TO THE HEALTH CONTINGENCY OF COVID-19”. No formal abstract is available. Readers are requested to read the full article.

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Family economy, COVID-19, higher education, mexico, technology gap

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SERRET-CRUZ, B. I. (2022). AFFECTATION OF THE FAMILY ECONOMY AND ITS DIRECT IMPACT ON HIGHER EDUCATION IN MEXICO DUE TO THE HEALTH CONTINGENCY OF COVID-19. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science, 16(1), 1-3. Retrieved from https://ikppress.org/index.php/JOGRESS/article/view/7498
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