Unfortunately, due to low funding levels, overcrowded classrooms, and an inadequate teacher training, UNRWA has been unable to maintain a high standard of basic education within the camps. As a result, there is a high drop-out and failure rate. In an effort to combat this and enable children to succeed academically, JCC provides tutoring for at-risk children in three of its centers--Sabra, Dbayeh and Sidon. These classes provide homework support, intensive tutoring in a variety of subjects, and encouragement to continue studying, even under difficult circumstances. The results are noticeable, with the vast majority of students showing an increase in their grades after attending the tutoring programs. At the Dbayeh center, the services of a speech therapist and a psychologist are also available for those with special needs.