Integrating Refugees into Classrooms

Our reporters examine how efforts to integrate refugee children into school systems are playing out in four different countries for a joint Women & Girls and Refugees Deeply series.  The stories from Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece look at how authorities, teachers and families are trying to overcome the barriers to learning in exile and the major obstacles that remain.

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