As their father, Abdul Hamid, explained, he paid 10 JD (US) per month for every of his daughters to get a bus so they’d not need to stroll to high school, but males stood directly in entrance of the varsity building.
Several Syrian parents complained to the college principal, Abdul Hamid stated, but nothing changed. The twins’ older brother went to speak to the lads but they chased him away, threatening to burn and stab him.
State Upper Secondary Schools
As Syrian children progress via formal education, they turn into conscious that their education pathways, and prospects for professions, are limited in Jordan. Many professions and jobs are closed to non-Jordanians, and in all sectors, Jordan imposes quotas on overseas employees. Bassma described a similar scenario for her 14-yr-old son Ibrahim, and his 10-yr-old brother Nabil, at a school in Irbid. The first semester within the single shift “was …