Since late 2014, Greece has had to confront not only the economic crisis but also the increase of migration flows from the Middle East region. According to the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989), Article 28 referred to the right of the child to education and that the State has the obligation to make primary education compulsory and free. The main purpose of this survey is to examine the educational conditions that prevail both in theory and in practice for the minor refugees who arrive on the island of Lesvos, Greece. More specifically, the present research aims to investigate whether Article 28 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) applies to the case of minor refugees in Greece and specifically to the island of Lesvos and to record the difficulties that arise in the case that there is a violation of the aforementioned right. For the present research, qualitative individual online interviews of 25-35 minutes were conducted, each composed of eleven open questions, which were restated according to the flow of each interview. The sample consisted of seven educators who either have the role of Coordinator for Refugee Education, or work at Greek public schools or at NGOs who are active on the island, with years of experience ranging from 4 to 35 years. The multi-actor multi-criteria analysis method (MAMCA) was performed for data processing. The participants, based on their professional status, explained the Greek education system and the position of the minor refugees in it. They also analyzed the process of educating refugee students, listing the difficulties and reasons why thousands of children are excluded from the Greek educational process each year, while not failing to refer to the reactions of both the refugee families and the local community that welcomes them. Finally, the interviewees shared their proposals and objectives that they set and envision for the future regarding the education of refugees in the Greek islands.