Idlib, Syria, April 23, 2017. The educational situation relatively improves in refugee camps in Northern Syria, as the number of schools increased for both elementary and high school education. However, there are still many problems and obstacles, such as the lack of educational staff and the lack of support, according to one of the educational supervisors in a school, Muhammad Qalaji. The number of schools that are shut down in Idlib and its countryside is estimated at 800 out of 1404, including 400 schools that cannot be repaired due to Russian shelling and destruction operations from the Syrian government forces while they were controlling these towns and villages, according to the Free Education Directorate in Idlib. Characters by appearance: 1- Muhammad Qalaji, one of the educational supervisors in a school. 2- Ahmad Alawi, a student.