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Does Syria have access to education?

Does Syria have access to education?

Education in Syria today includes formal18 and non-formal education. Formal education facilitates learning for children ages 6 to 17 at the basic education (grades 1 to 9) and secondary level (grades 10 to 12). Additionally, there are some opportunities for early childhood education, but they are limited.

What kind of education does Syria have?

Syria follows a 12-year system of basic and secondary education, consisting of nine years of basic education and three years of secondary education. Basic education (grades 1-9) is mandatory and is divided into two cycles. The first cycle is four years; the second is five.

Where does Syria rank education?


Compulsary education duration 9 69th out of 109
Government spending on education > Proportion of GDP 5.13% 54th out of 118
High school enrolment rate 95.49 46th out of 96
Total population 79.6% 14th out of 19

Is Russian taught in Syria?

According to Dmitry Ptyushkin, Director of the Language Testing Centre at St Petersburg University, learning of the Russian language has become widespread in Syria at various levels of education — it is in demand as a second foreign language both in schools and universities.

Are Syrians good at English?

Many Syrians are well-educated and many speak fluent English. Others, however, do not speak English well enough to function professionally within the UK. The issue of language is so fundamental to our lives that we often overlook it.

Is Turkish spoken in Syria?

Turkish. Turkish is the third most widely used language in Syria. Various Turkish dialects are spoken by the Turkmen/Turkoman minority mostly in villages east of the Euphrates and along the Syrian-Turkish border. In addition, there are Turkish language islands in the Qalamun area and the Homs area.

Are Syrians Arabs or?

While modern-day Syrians are commonly described as Arabs by virtue of their modern-day language and bonds to Arab culture and history — they are in fact a blend of the various ancient Semitic groups indigenous to the region who in turn admixed with later arriving Arabs.

What dialect do Syrians speak?

ArabicSyria / Official languageArabic is a Semitic language that first emerged in the 1st to 4th centuries CE. It is the lingua franca of the Arab world and the liturgical language of Islam. Wikipedia

What Colour eyes do Syrians have?

Syrians generally have olive skin, dark brown eyes, and black hair, but a wide variety of other physical characteristics exists as well: blond hair and pale skin; black hair and dark brown skin; blue eyes and brown hair; and even red hair and freckled, pinkish skin. The total population of Syria is nearly 19 million.