Jordan Lets Iraqi Children Attend School Jordan has changed its policy and is allowing Iraqi refugee children to go to school, even those children whose parents are in the country illegally. The U.S. has allocated $137 million to help Jordan's schools cope with the numbers, but only a trickle of Iraqi families are taking up the offer.
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Jordan Lets Iraqi Children Attend School

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Jordan Lets Iraqi Children Attend School

Jordan Lets Iraqi Children Attend School

Jordan Lets Iraqi Children Attend School

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Jordan has changed its policy and is allowing Iraqi refugee children to go to school, even those children whose parents are in the country illegally.

The U.S. has allocated $137 million to help Jordan's schools cope with the numbers, but only a trickle of Iraqi families are taking up the offer.