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Refugee Education

Support Education for Refugees

Education is under attack around the world. In times of crisis, it is essential to remember that providing access to education for refugees and others who are forcibly displaced can be life changing. The education gap between refugees and their host community peers is wide, especially at the higher levels of education. Opportunities to work, earn a living, and be self-reliant are the most effective ways for refugees to rebuild their lives.

You can read more about the importance of investing in post-secondary education in JRS’s new report, A Path Forward. In the meantime, join JRS and advocates across the U.S., TODAY, in calling on our policymakers to prioritize investments in global education programs.

 

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