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refugee education Stories

By Jill Anderson 04/07/2022 2:00 PM EDT
Illustration of a network of people connected across the world
Associate Professor Sarah Dryden-Peterson talks about the ways we can better support refugee children and teachers in education around the world.
By News editor 04/04/2022 11:53 AM EDT
Children in circle
Sarah Dryden-Peterson on how governments and education systems around the world can create safe, welcoming spaces for displaced students.
By 10/29/2021 1:13 PM EDT
Illustration from REACH animation depicting refugees
What Syrian refugee students wish their teachers knew.
By Emily Boudreau 09/30/2021 11:44 AM EDT
A blank page in an open notebook, surrounded by cooking ingredients
Making classroom connections through recipes and food.
By Emily Boudreau 09/22/2021 8:10 AM EDT
Afghanistan map
Alum pivots quickly to help Afghan refugees fleeing to Qatar continue their learning.
By Jessica Lander 05/28/2020 3:06 PM EDT
Photograph by Tyler Hicks
When it comes to educating refugee students, it’s not enough to just teach them. Schools also need to help them feel welcome — and supported.
By News editor 12/17/2019 12:05 PM EST
Peruvian boy at desk reading
The REACH initiative will spur collaborative research, education, and action in settings of migration and displacement.
By 10/01/2018 8:36 PM EDT
a diverse group of young students playing musical instruments with a teacher
What will it take to fulfill a UN pledge to strengthen support for refugees and host countries?
By Lory Hough 05/18/2018 10:45 AM EDT
Jessica Bergman
Using handwritten letters, a student tells a refugee’s story.
By Casey Bayer 04/25/2018 10:08 AM EDT
Sarah Dryden-Peterson
Associate Professor Sarah Dryden-Peterson received the Palmer O. Johnson Memorial Award for an article on pathways to educational success among refugees that was published in the American Educational Research Journal.

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