„Library for All. Different. Equal. Important.” is an innovative socio-educational project enabling children and adolescents, both from Ukraine and Poland, to learn, play, build relationships with one another and regain a sense of security in a difficult reality. Children and their parents and guardians from both countries can participate in innovative classes and courses, learn each other’s languages and culture. The project is implemented by the Information Society Development Foundation (FRSI) in partnership with Save the Children International (SCI).
Diagnosis of the needs of children and youth fleeing the war in Ukraine
Presented publication is a summary of the report on the diagnosis of the needs of children and youth from Ukraine attending Polish schools or learning remotely in Ukrainian school online.
The diagnosis was carried out in November 2022. Its first part was devoted to how children and adolescents from Ukraine function in Polish schools. The surveys and interviews were addressed to teachers from Polish schools, and from Digital Education Centers (CCEs).
At CCEs, pupils receive support from Ukrainian-speaking teachers in several aspects of education, from doing homework assigned in a Polish school to implementing the program of Ukrainian online schools. The teachers have the opportunity to discuss with children about their challenges at school on a daily basis.
The report presented is a summary of the most important conclusions from the diagnosis. This part is available in Polish only. The more comprehensive report is forthcoming, and it will be translated.
For detailed information, please contact: Monika Schmeichel-Zarzeczna (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The conclusions presented contain:
- Problems faced by Ukrainian pupils in Polish education system
- What are the main obstacles that make it difficult for Ukrainian students to learn in Polish schools?
- What are the most urgent needs of Ukrainian students (children and adolescents), what difficulties do they experience?