he transition into online education, virtual learning, might be ideal way of providing children with education, and are now becoming a new norm amid this grim pandemic. the fact of the matter is, however, that just because a class is held online in the same way as in the classroom, that does not necessarily mean that every student can join it simply because it costs more. Upon participation, students must need a device with which students talk, share, hand in, and respond. Sufficient internet connection is also a must because needless to say, without it, nobody cannot access to where the class is held. In Japan alone, some people argue against the transition demanding inequality. In Puerto Rico, a quarter of the people does not have internet. The government, bureaucrats, and politicians always state that every child have the right to education, but it sounds a little hypocrisy because the real is different. This transition reveals and let me know several things; economic disparity, insufficient financial and education support.