Five years after Za’atari camp opened, efforts to make schooling accessible are being thwarted by a lack of trained teachers, security concerns and poverty

Thousands of Syrian refugee children in Jordan are missing out on an education despite the provision last year of 75,000 new school places to cater for them.

The country pledged to get all out-of-school refugees back into education by September 2017, but charities have warned the current system remains plagued by difficulties. Problems include lack of support for students, a shortage of qualified teachers and alleged bullying.

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