Educating Homeless Children in Afghanistan

Educating Homeless Children in Afghanistan

Abstract

This study examines the effect of frequent school and home mobility on the academic achievement of homeless children and the possible responses of society, governments, and schools to ensure long-term success and achievement of homeless children. Furthermore, it examines the problem of homeless children in the classroom and describes research-based solutions to address barriers and improve the chances for academic success. In a developmental series, collaborative teams from provinces and tribally administered child safety agencies come together to conduct small changes that are rapidly tested and that can lead improvements. This report brings the experiences made in different communities to discover how we can improve the lives of homeless children. Specific strategies and efforts have been considered and recommended. Encouraging practices to improve the educational outcomes of homeless children are also provided. This paper, an introduction to issues engaged in educating homeless children offers approaches for building awareness, increasing and supporting public engagement and their key role and coordinating services for poor homeless children. Key Words: Homeless, Afghanistan, Children, Educating

JOURNAL: International Journal For Innovative Research In Multidisciplinary Field
VOLUME: 3
ISSUE: 11
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017