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GREECE-EUROPE-MIGRANTS-EDUCATION

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY CATHERINE BOITARD Israa Alsabsabi, 19, gives English lessons to children in a container converted into a classroom on June 24, 2016 at the refugee camp of Skaramangs, south of Athens. In the refugee camp Skaramangas no question of school holidays must make up lost school and prepare a comeback that promises heckled for Greece, with 8,500 children exiled to enroll. Dressed and combed fees are a dozen small, 6-7 years, to follow the English lesson, delivered in a container by two young refugees, an engineer and a student. With a score of other camp residents, Syrians, Afghans and Iraqi Kurds, all volunteers, they improvised teachers for 670 pupils aged 6 to 13 years. In the afternoon, local volunteers, veterans of education for immigrants, take over to Greek lessons, French and English - as requested - and soon German, especially for adolescents and young adults. / AFP / ARIS MESSINIS (Photo credit should read ARIS MESSINIS/AFP via Getty Images)
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