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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a number of problems of which the implications for the future are not minor. The main consequence of the COVID-19 breakout was that almost 100% of the Spanish population had to be confined from March to June. Despite the progressive normalisation of learning, the effects of the pandemic are expected to last for many years. This paper suggests the implications of those side effects that will require not few efforts to become overcome through a descriptive methodology. These effects are not only educational but may also have, according to several studies hereby addressed, an economic effect on the youth. The paper concludes that remedial measures should include additional teaching staff to increase the number of teaching hours in the academic year 2021–2022.
Keywords: Pandemic, COVID-19, education, technology, remedial.
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