Literacy and life skills assessment of Syrian youth

UNESCO Office Beirut and Regional Bureau for Education in the Arab States

Highlights

The Syrian crisis has caused disruptions to children’s and youth’s education for over a decade. The COVID-19 pandemic, with the related school closures, has added an additional burden to the existing situation, impacting learning outcomes worldwide. Assessing the status of Syrian youth’s competencies in literacy, numeracy and life skills, is essential in order to plan and implement better programmes to help them catch up on their learning losses. The ultimate goal is to support them to be able to go back into the main education streams or provide them with basic skills to cope with daily needs in their personal and professional environments. The ‘Literacy and Life Skills Assessment of Syrian Youth’ (LLASY) study measures Syrian youth’s current literacy and numeracy levels and their life skills in terms of certain minimum proficiency levels.

The cover shows an illustration of three youth: one man and two women holding books and speaking about skills and ideas as there are bubble with icons of a bulb, an individual with stars around his head and a wifi signal sign
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Literacy and life skills assessment of Syrian youth
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