The English Literacy Development Program can offer a solution to the challenge as it will help the new students to cope with the new environment (Ibraham, 2011). The students will have no communication barriers and sharing ideas with their colleagues will be a very easy task. Education provides the opportunity for the refugee students to interact both socially and culturally in the host country. The formal education they acquire can help them in many ways such as securing jobs and building their community. Therefore, the education system must be analyzed for its role in the success of the economy and the peoples social welfare. There should be no discrimination in providing education to the immigrant students since they will contribute to building the economy of Canada once they graduate and join the workforce. The newcomers should not continue relying on the governments support but should be self-reliant and assist their fellow immigrants as well. It is a good idea always to review the structure of the content, structure, and operation of the education system to ensure the societys well being. Marginalizing immigrants will only worsen the students as many of them will not complete their education. This means that they will continue relying on the government for support, which is quite expensive. More research is necessary to highlight some of the numerous challenges faced by the refugees in the education system and find a solution. The refugee resettlement programs introduced in Canada
are very important to enable them settle down and live comfortably.