This Rohingya boy will likely never be able to continue his education past the fourth grade. Within the IDP refugee camps in Myanmar's Rakhine State, there are few opportunities for elementary, let alone higher education. Most children attend government and NGO-funded schools until the fourth grade after which most students have to abandon book learning altogether. For the lucky few there is one middle school. But no high school exists for Rohingya children. Incredibly, Sittwe University, the largest institute of higher education in the region, is right next to the camps. But since violence broke out in the region in 2012 no Rohingya has been permitted to attend.