AN INCLUSIVE PERSPECTIVES OF DYSLEXIC PUPILS - CROSS-EUROPEAN TENDENCIES
Published: 13 Oct 2019
Abstract: In the debate about inclusion, due to the associated demand for educational justice, pupils with dyslexia come into focus, together with student with neurodevelopmental disorders or other disabilities. Due to the distinction between learning disability and specific learning disability, pupils who are diagnosed with a specific learning disability do not always receive adequate support, because of the unclear research which has not been able to provide consistent results on causes, support and opportunities. Therefor this article deals with the frameworks of dyslexic pupils in the countries: Austria, Greece, Italy, and the United Kingdom and tries to discuss the rights that should be afforded with inclusion.
Keywords: dyslexia, inclusion, special educational requirements, quality of teaching training programs
Cite this article: Renate Hofmann, Florentine Paudel, Annelisa Evans, Marietta Papadatou-Pastou. AN INCLUSIVE PERSPECTIVES OF DYSLEXIC PUPILS - CROSS-EUROPEAN TENDENCIES. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 17, 1-7 (2019). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1001965/
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