As I read through a few posts and as I "explored the refugee experience" on the initial page of the issue, what caught my attention the most was that refugees are devastated, frustrated, and traumatized.
While letting the issue soak, I then thought of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. Starting with their physiological, followed by their safety needs, love/belonging needs, and so on, I don't think education would be their top priority.
For example, I read they are "unable to focus on studies when they're working 2 jobs to pay for food and rent." I believe if we want to solve their education needs, we must first stabilize their physiological and safety needs - at a minimum! So my recommendation to this issue comes in another question.
How do we provide them with a stable food and water supply, along with a safe roof over their head? Once they have all that, I believe they would be able to focus more on education.