Standing with a group of children outside a refugee camp on the Greek island of Chios, little Roza can't wait to get an early start to her day.
"Good school, good school!" she beams, her backpack on and pigtails bobbing.
Roza, a Syrian Kurd, is one of a small group of children in Greece's island camps fortunate enough to get some schooling.
Thousands of others count education as just another loss in the long list of deprivations on the harrowing road from home.