1. HALEEMA NAWAZ - Ph. D Scholar, Department of Education, University of Haripur, KPK, Pakistan.
2. Dr. TAHSEEN TAHIR - Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Haripur, KPK, Pakistan.
3. Dr. UMBREEN ISHFAQ - Associate Professor, Department of Education, University of Haripur, KPK, Pakistan.
The study was designed to investigate the Academic problems of afghan refugee students in Pakistan and Syrian refugee students in Turkey targeting the largest refugee community worldwide, it was comparative analysis of the problems of refugee students of the two groups of refugees. investigation was casual comparative in nature, questionnaire with 4 point Likert scale was used to collect data. The population of the study consists of 332 Afghan Students, from Khubaib college Rumi Pakistan, 341 Syrian students, from UluslararasıEbuUbeydeAnadolu İmam Hatiplisesi, Turkey. The sample was consisting 205 Afghan refugee’s school students in Pakistan and 203 students from Syrian refugee’s school in Turkey by using Total population sampling or the purposive sampling technique. Data were analyzed by SSPS applying the Chi square test, T-test and Anova. The results reveals that the academic problems of Syrian Refugee students were more than Afghan refugee students. When considering the Academic problems comparison between and within the group it was concluded that there was a difference between both groups of refugee students. Refugee students may be provided with a language training program of sufficient duration before attending school in the host country and receive the same curriculum once they have overcome their language problems. Having diverse migration and educational backgrounds, the situation affects their educational and psychological requirements. Schools, teachers, parents, and the community may work together to support refugee pupils. These student's emotional and cultural needs must be met by teachers. Mentoring must be done proactively by teachers and guidance counselors in order to make it easier for refugee kids who have experienced difficulties. It was proposed that additional research be conducted in order to maintain the refugee education process and win the public's support.
Problems, Afghan Refugee, Students, Pakistan, Syrian Refugee, Turkey, Comparative, Analysis