Entrepreneurship Education: A Literature Review To Educational Practice


  • Mg. Mg. Elena Katayama Cruz
  • Mg. Marlon Joel Silva Huamán
  • Dra. Elvita Lucía Espinoza Silva


There is a latent risk that, if comprehensive and concerted policies are not implemented, values of inequality and the reduction of progress in societies will persist and increase, given the social isolation caused by the pandemic in 2020-2021 that has caused and continues to impact economic activities, modified the forms of work, education, and others, worldwide. Concerning work, the International Labor Organization (ILO) indicates that this sector has been rapidly transformed and adapted to the context, with different modalities coexisting (on-site, distance or mixed); however, the group of permanent workers has been reduced, and the number of independent and unemployed workers has increased, which is attributed to the scarcity of formal jobs. In the same situation is the educational service, where face-to-face classes were affected and forced to use various strategies to implement distance, virtual or remote education; however, inequalities in the conditions of connectivity, equipment, and technological capabilities have deepened the gap in access to education, in addition to the economic lack of families (ILO, 2020, 2021).