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Infographic: Education Crisis in Syria

A boy writes in class at a UNICEF-supported school in Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees, Jordan. © UNICEF/Jordan-2013/Noorani.

A boy writes in class at a UNICEF-supported school in Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees, Jordan. © UNICEF/Jordan-2013/Noorani.

Syria was a leader in basic education in the region before the crisis began in 2011: an estimated 97% of primary school-age children were enrolled in school. Today, more than half of school-aged children in Syria are out of school.

A recent report by UNICEF and partners highlights how severely the conflict has damaged education, decimating a decade of progress. Here’s a look at education in Syria, then and now.

Education crisis in Syria

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