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A documentary review was carried out on the publications registered in the Scopus database, referring to the study of the Teleducation variable during the pandemic generated by COVID-19 and the inequality gaps identified in Latin American countries. In this way it was possible to determine the main characteristics within the volume of publications in high impact journals indexed in the Scopus database. In the same platform, through the Search tool, certain parameters are established to refine the results and that these constitute support material to arrive at relevant results to the proposed topic. The identification of 1880 documents whose study variables deal with Teleducation, from the perspective of the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications in the educational sector is achieved. Within the findings of this research, in the first semester of 2021 a total of 1067 documents were registered, the Latin American country with the highest production was Brazil with a total of 887 publications. The area of knowledge with the highest number of contributions was Social Sciences through which 1057 documents were managed. Of the total production identified, 83% corresponds to Journal Papers as the type of publication most used in the research on the proposed topic. After analyzing the data organized by means of tables and figures, a qualitative analysis of examples taken from the same scientific production was proceed with the purpose of knowing the position of different authors.