First Day Jitters

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A Syrian refugee mother tries to gently coax her son to attend classes during the first week of an early childhood education program in Lebanon.

The center opened in February 2016 to serve refugee children ages 3 to 5. Students learn English, math, Arabic, and science taught with a lot of songs and activities.

In a half-day session, there’s also time for play and a meal. The early childhood education center offers the first experience of directed group activities for many of the children.

 

Photo©2016 World Vision, Jon Warren

 

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