Issue 1/2017, 40. Volume Page 4–9
The Pursuit, Practicality and Potential of Refugee Education
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This article presents the ways in which conflict influences the educational trajectories and aspirations of Syrian children and young people. The findings are based on interviews conducted in Lebanon with Syrian learners, and teachers and administrators working with school-aged refugee students. Participants discussed significant barriers to education in this setting including political, social and economic factors. Learners continued to demonstrate a strong commitment to education despite these challenges, yet they were unsure whether their educational pursuits would secure their future aspirations. These results call into question the promises of refugee education.
conflict, education, qualitative research, refugee, Syria
Adelman, E. & Chopra, V. (2017). The Pursuit, Practicality and Potential of Refugee Education. ZEP – Zeitschrift für internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspädagogik, 40 (1), 4-9. Retrieved from https://www.waxmann.com/artikelART102136