The dramatic increase of population movement toward the borders of European Union together with the closing of the central European borders trapped a high percentage of refugee children in Greece. The present narrative aims to steer awareness of Refugee Educational efforts in Greece. The author adopts a narrative inquiry in order to capture her own professional recollections during her work period in a camp in Athens. Her reflective accounts highlight the significant role of teachers and the challenges that they face in refugee education. The skills required and the main accomplishments of teachers are also discussed. The author’s lived experiences are utilized here to present the complexity of refugees’ education and, consequently, integration.

DOI: 10.18848/2327-0020/CGP/v20i02/69-74
ISSN: 2327-0020