Education of Syrian Refugee Children: Managing the Crisis in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan

Education of Syrian Refugee Children Managing the Crisis in Turkey Lebanon and Jordan With four million Syrian refugees as of September there is urgent need to develop both short term and long term approaches to providing education for the children of this population This report

  • Title: Education of Syrian Refugee Children: Managing the Crisis in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan
  • Author: Shelly Culbertson Louay Constant
  • ISBN: 9780833092397
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • With four million Syrian refugees as of September 2015, there is urgent need to develop both short term and long term approaches to providing education for the children of this population This report reviews Syrian refugee education for children in the three neighboring countries with the largest population of refugees Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan and analyzes four areas With four million Syrian refugees as of September 2015, there is urgent need to develop both short term and long term approaches to providing education for the children of this population This report reviews Syrian refugee education for children in the three neighboring countries with the largest population of refugees Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan and analyzes four areas access, management, society, and quality.

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    1. I found this book by happenstance as I was researching the education opportunities for Syrian refugee children in Jordan. I am interested in the topic for two reasons: first, because I will be moving to Jordan this year to join in the effort to assist Syrian refugees as an education consultant; second, because I am a firm believer in education as a human right and the global responsibility to defend and support refugees' access to quality education.With a focus on Syria's neighboring countries, [...]

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