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How SNHU Is Helping Refugees Get a New Start Through Global Education Program (EdTech Times)

How SNHU Is Helping Refugees Get a New Start Through Global Education Program (EdTech Times)

"Over the past few years, escalating conflicts in Syria, Afghanistan, and the South Sudan, as well as other countries, led to an influx of refugees seeking asylum abroad. According to the UN refugee agency, by the end of 2016, there were 22.5 million refugees around the world. 20 people were forced to flee their homes every minute. And 51% of those refugees were children." —Source: EdTech Times

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

College students have a lot to negotiate, from tuition to schedules, but those tensions are significantly amplified for refugee students. See how SNSU is supporting refugee students with robust online learning initiatives, connecting them with opportunities and helping them prepare for the workforce. —Eduwire Editors