Education of Syrian Children in Turkey: Policies for Basic Education

Yazar/lar: İpek Coşkun, Müberra Nur Emin

DOI: 10.12738/mejrs.2016.1.2.0005

Yıl: 2016 Cilt: 1 Sayı: 2

Öz

Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war, Turkey has taken responsibility for by far the largest number of refugees in the world over the past five years. Undoubtedly, hosting almost three million refugees has been neither logistically nor politically easy. This is why the success of sustainable migration policies is crucial in terms of the mutual adaptation of Syrians and the host community in Turkey. Therefore, educating refugees is the most important issue for reaching social agreement. Even though various regulations on education have been implemented in Turkey since 2012, it is hard to affirm the existence of any stable policies on this issue. This study discusses Turkey’s current education policies for Syrian children and sets forth the essentials needed to increase the number of Syrian children being educated and to upgrade educational facilities.

Anahtar Kelimeler
Syrian refugees, Crisis, Education, Public schools, GEMs

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