A Syrian Refugee School: Nearly 2,000 Students, 5 Shifts, 3 Languages

A Syrian Refugee School: Nearly 2,000 Students, 5 Shifts, 3 Languages

By Deborah Amos

Many Syrian refugee children haven’t been to school in years. NPR’s Deborah Amos visits one school in southern Turkey that serves as a refuge for those lucky enough to attend.

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