JDC Literature Review

Results for: Education Interventions in Displacement Contexts
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Refugees and ‘Native Flight’ from Public to Private Schools

This paper exploits the large-scale arrival of Syrian refugees into Turkey after 2012 to estimate the impact of refugees on public-private school choice of natives in Turkey. As of the 2017/18 academic year, there were an estimated 970,000 school-age refugee children,...

Inter-sectoral Cooperation for Afghan Refugee Education in Iran

There are up to two million undocumented Afghans living in Iran. While documented refugee children have always been able to access public education in Iran, undocumented Afghan children were only granted access to primary education in 2015 through the ‘blue card’...

Strengthening Education Systems for Long-Term Education Responses

Street Child’s implementation of Education in Emergency (EiE) programs in Lusenda refugee camp in eastern DRC and in communities hosting IDPs in northeastern Nigeria demonstrate how the building blocks for long-term improvements in education can be laid in the...