Published Online: March 4, 2008

Video Interviews: The Lost Years

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War, displacement, and lack of money have prevented Iraqi children from going to school for lengthy stretches of time. They have more opportunities now, but little help in catching up. Reporter Mary Ann Zehr talks with educators and officials in Jordan.

Najlaa Abid Al-Nashi

An Iraqi and the general director of Bird Nest, an organization she founded in Amman, Jordan, that provides early-childhood education and supplementary English classes to needy Iraqi and Jordanian children.

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