Educational Interventions for Refugee Children
New York, NY: Routledge
2004, 208 pages
By focusing on the education of refugee children, this book takes a rare look at the subject of increasing significance in current educational spheres. Highlighting the many difficulties facing refugee children, the editors draw upon a wealth of international research and resources to present a broad, informative, and sensitive text.
The book indentifies school-based interventions, while suggesting methods and measures with which to assess the efficacy of such programs. It also develops a useful model that provides a standard for assessing refugee experience, offering diagnostic indicators for: evaluating support services for refugee children; future avenues of research; practical implications of creating supportive educational environments for refugee children.
This resource may be free from your local library or purchased from the publisher.