Education experiences of Syrian refugee students in Muş during the Covid 19
Education experiences of Syrian refugee students
The aim of this study is to reveal the problems that Syrian students, who are under temporary protection in the province of Muş during the Covid 19 process, experience in the field of education. The study focused on the Covid 19 process of Syrian students and children not going to school, which are under temporary protection in the province of Muş. In addition, some suggestions have been made for students to receive more qualified education. In this study, case study pattern which is one of the qualitative research methods; based on this, structured interview form was used. The participants of the research consist of Syrian students who are out of school and their parents who are under temporary protection. The number of people interviewed is 48 in total. The data were collected through a structured interview form. The data were analzyed by content analysis. The findings showed that Syrian refugees had serious economic problems. It was suggested to improve the financial situation of families, to provide families with food, to complete the vocational courses of parents and to participate in economic life.
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