The closure of nearly 3,600 schools has deprived 1.9 million children of an education, while teachers in many areas remain without pay.
Al-Nahda School serves more than 700 students in the western Taez district of Wadi al-Salmi and helps to fulfill a vital need for education.
The Egyptian army has opened four new schools in North and Central Sinai as part of a comprehensive government plan.
A recent roundtable in Beirut discussed the status of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and ways to improve their quality of life.
The Ministry of Education plans to serve a larger number of Syrian students this year, with most attending the informal afternoon sessions.
Two key programmes that provide educational support to Syrian refugee children in the kingdom are being forced to reduce their services.
The reopening of schools and other cultural events encourage freedom of expression and signal a return to normal life, residents say.
The programme, implemented by the Norwegian Refugee Council, seeks to enhance the computer skills and capabilities of Syrian youth.
The Arsal Cultural Library was the brainchild of a local teacher, who realised young people would benefit from access to books and resources.
The national conference on curricula calls for a strategy to involve educators and experts in strengthening the education system.