Turkey seeks to integrate all Syrian students with its system of education

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 14 February, 2017

Eldorar alshamia:

Turkish Minister of Education, "Ismet Yilmaz," said on Monday, the ministry will work to integrate the Syrian students who are on his land within the Turkish education system.

Yilmaz pointed that the new program, which would apply to the Syrian students who are of school age will receive through educational curricula, such as those received by the Turks, he said, adding: "If our children go to elementary, middle and high school, we want Syrians to go also."

The minister called Syrians to enroll their children in schools; where they live in Turkey, by going to school districts and schools in their areas of residence.

It is noteworthy that the number of Syrian students in temporary learning centers (refugee) reached 302 thousand students in return that the number of Syrians in the school-age population of 850 thousand.