News from the Bundesverband Dyslexia Association dyslexia and dyscalculia e.V. asks educational arrangements that offer equally good educational opportunities to children in every State and allow a talent-oriented school. Early learning among children the most important tasks of a country, to give all children an equal opportunities. According to UNICEF, reached only half of the criteria even after introduction of parental allowances in the child care study Germany and ended up in 13th position. Good nurseries and creches can contribute significantly to the social, emotional, linguistic, and cognitive development of children\”, said the author of the study, Peter Adamson, of the UNICEF Innocenti Research Institute\” in Florence.

Social disadvantage could be mitigated as a result and laid the Foundation for the later school learning. The problems continue in the elementary school and the results of the PISA study also show that no sufficient promotion takes place also in the secondary. No wonder, when in a Class 30 students sit, per lesson NET 35 minute lessons take place and then will in time also have domestic differentiated promoted. Promotion stay per pupil and lesson mathematically it’s not even 10 seconds\”, Christine Sczygiel, Chairman of the Federation faulted dyslexia and dyscalculia. Children remain a dyslexia and dyscalculia despite good talent in our school system on the track, because school is not sufficiently promoted. The social gap is so clearly, because many parents are not able to pay the vital importance extra-curricular therapies.\” In the PISA study, it became clear that the countries in which there are small classes, has significantly improved.

Teachers are by their education nor by the conditions in our schools able sufficiently to support children with specific learning disabilities. We need networks, which absorb the affected children. On the one hand educational arrangements, these include the the \”Equally good educational opportunities to children in every State and individual support strategies that enable the child to achieve a talent-oriented education\”, Sczygiel calls.