The paper intends to highlight the issues concerning
educational poverty at the time of Covid-19 and how the inequalities that are
encountered in the school environment in contexts of educational normality have
become acute and / or have acquired new forms in the phases I and II. The
changes in the school environment related to the 2020/2021 School Plan to
counter the pandemic through physical allocation actions will also be explored. The authors' goal is therefore to bring out the
linguistic ambivalence with which the term social distancing is used in today's
context rather than physical distancing.