5 challenges to accessing education for Syrian refugee children – Utne Altwire

Lessons learned from the Refugee Education Workshop at Stanford University.
More than half of the 4.8 million refugees who have poured out of Syria are children.
The world sees their faces as they cling to parents, bob in overburdened boats, cry in the arms of volunteers on beachheads.
The public rarely sees them in school. Syrian refugee children are going to school, of course.
In fact, Deputy U.S. Secretary of State Anthony J. Blinken points out that today there are more Syrian children in Lebanese public schools than there are Lebanese.
But as Blinken said at a January 2016 Refugee …

Source: 5 challenges to accessing education for Syrian refugee children – Utne Altwire

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