There are over 12 million refugees under the age of 18 in the world today (United Nations, 2018). Many of these young people will spend years living in refugee camps or other precarious situations, with little or no access to education. Those who are officially resettled in a new country may still face multiple challenges to their education; for example, they are often unfamiliar with the language of instruction and with local teaching styles (Hayes & Endale, 2018; Hek, 2005). When these challenges go unaddressed, their levels of academic achievement can be much lower than those of other students (see Schachner et al., 2018).