Life Changing Refugee Education
Deirdre Fernandes and Keith Bedford of the Boston Globe newspaper recently published an extensive, image-rich article on Southern New Hampshire University’s work with refugee students in Africa. The piece is filled with sobering data points and inspirational stories aptly entitled “An Education in Hope.” I encourage you to read about these brave people and share your thoughts on how education can be a pathway to opportunity.
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