Guest Blog Post, recommended by Vivian Chiona.
Original link: http://www.learntochange.eu/2016/09/20/education-for-refugees/
It is not enough to have a plan for the newly arrived students. All students need care to help adapt to a new situation.
- including marginalized and vulnerable children and youth who arrive with their individual social and educational needs,
- supporting children and youth already in the schools, who will share their habitual environment with newcomers.
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