Improving early learning outcomes in opposition-held Syria

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The ongoing conflict in Syria has taken a devastating toll on the education system; the impact on infrastructure, personnel, resourcing and student attendance is well documented.

New DFID-funded research focuses on children’s learning and their exposure to trauma to build a picture of early primary education in opposition-held areas. In combining data on academic performance and wellbeing with insights from school staff, researchers suggest evidence-based steps to begin repairing the damage done to Syrian children’s education.


This is a 
Chemonics/DFID policy brief developed with support of HEART.

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