Germany Sees Mixed Results in Refugee Education


    
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BERLIN, Germany—Two years after Syrians started coming to Germany by the hundreds of thousands, the nation has had decidedly mixed results in integrating the new arrivals into its educational system. Older children are often shut out of learning anything other than German language and culture during their first year, though younger children who quickly learn the language can join their German peers in the classroom. 

Part of the problem, experts say, stems from the decentralized, ad hoc approach to refugee education in Germany.

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