According to the latest figures, a total of 169,010 Syrian children attend Turkish public schools under the Temporary Protection Regulation, while 294,112 Syrian students go to special temporary schooling centers, Education Minister İsmet Yılmaz said.
"While curriculum was being prepared for these students to study in their mother tongue in the temporary schooling centers, 15 hours of Turkish lessons were added, so the students would be able to learn Turkish," Minister Yılmaz said.
"The Syrian students will be studying according to the Turkish educational system and its curriculum but will also take additional courses in Arabic language and culture so they do not forget their own identity," Yılmaz said, adding that the education ministry plans to build 105 schools in places densely populated by Syrians by 2019, 30 of which are already operational.
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