INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS IN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS

Ben Hamoo Miriam

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The global community has a responsibility to help with providing housing, clothing and food for refugee children, but there is also a moral responsibility to use education to help them build a better future. Many see education as the only effective way for integration, and they are right because integration works best in educating young refugee populations. However, although in some countries refugee children can attend school as any other non-refugee child, in other European countries they are not completely included in the national education system. This article will try to focus on some countries which already created a mechanism that integrate the children in the educational system.

 

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