Mitigating learning loss and strengthening foundational skills through the Learning Passport in Mexico

Child engaged in online learning
UNICEF / 2021 / Carrillo


As part UNICEF’s Reimagine Education initiative, the Learning Passport in Mexico (“Pasaporte al Aprendizaje México”) aims to mitigate learning loss after widespread school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected 36.5 million schoolchildren. The platform promotes digital learning to strengthen foundational skills in reading, writing, mathematics and science. Since October 2021, the Learning Passport in Mexico has 12 active courses open to more than 65,000 active students and 3,672 teachers using the content to elevate their digital skills and mitigate learning loss.