Yet another school year has begun, and with it, NuDay's students are back to the books!
Students this year face a jam-packed semester, filled with fundamental classes and NuDay's specially designed science labs and computer labs. Through these hands-on courses, students will gain a deeper understanding of the topics introduced, meaning that they will have more intimate knowledge of vitally important skills.
NuDay's students are determined. Take Amina, a sixth grader who is determined to become a doctor when she grows up. The science lab is allowing Amina to deepen her knowledge of subjects such as biology and chemistry. The computer course is similarly preparing her, teaching her that she can conduct her own research insofar as she is aware of how to do so.
The Future Generation Initiative is doing this with your support. It is through your advocacy that NuDay is able to ensure that Syria's future has the ability to rebuild their lives through following their dreams. From Syria's students to you: thank you.
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