The Lebanese education system is particularly affected by the Syrian refugee crisis. Among the 631,000 Syrian children in the age of being at school, only 43% are enrolled in the Formal Education System. Those who managed to enroll encounter difficulties to follow the rhythm, mainly due to the important differences between Syrian and Lebanese curriculum but also due to transportation, security, economic and discrimination issues.
Furthermore, access to Public Education poses particular challenges for kids living in the informal tented settlements scattered throughout Lebanon since 2011..”
Education is a major challenge not only among refugees in Lebanon but worldwide, particularly in vulnerable societies.
And here are some facts regarding this issue: