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Why refugee education is a problem – and six solutions

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Lorna Solis

Founder and CEO, Blue Rose Compass

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Syrian refugee children are seen during a lesson at Fatih Sultan Mehmet School in Karapurcek district of Ankara, Turkey, October 2, 2015. Image: REUTERS/Umit Bektas

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