Syrian students have troubles to enrollment in Jordan’s schools

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 5 September, 2016

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The Head of the “Jozoor” Center for Human Rights, “Fawzi Samhouri” said that Syrian students have difficulties to sign up  Jordan schools during their presence in all places of refuge, as a result of wars and conflicts in their country.
"Samhouri" said during a meeting on the channel "al-Ghad" News: Jordan bears a heavy burden during the past years as a result of the many Syrian numbers of refugees who have flocked to Jordan, and those numbers ranging officially between 400 to 500 thousand people, explaining that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights guarantees everyone the right to educate.
He explained that Jordan by nearly 11 thousand Syrian students in public schools out of nearly 80 thousand students; and that due to the lack of school, and the lack of international support for them; so the whole number of the Syrian students who go to the in public schools officially ranging from ages 8 to 18 years.
"Samhouri" continued: The remaining amounts of the students those are out the Jordanian official schools are in  13-years age, and dropped out of school for more than three years; where they were dealing with these students with especial educational programs informally adopted by some community and non-governmental organizations.