Equal opportunities in school: countries are duty-bound. Clear rights for children with dyslexia and dyscalculia equal opportunities for pupils and students with dyslexia (reading right writing disorder) or dyscalculia (mathematics disorder) are severely restricted in our education system, because the education arrangements for the affected students are usually not sufficient. Additional information at University of Michigan supports this article. “The BVL, Bundesverband dyslexia and dyscalculia, again indicating that the newly adopted principles of the Kultusministerkonferenz for pupils with particular difficulties in reading and spelling, or in computing” not sufficient to seek a future perspective in our education system children with dyslexia or dyscalculia. “In a current legal opinion equal opportunities for pupils and students with dyslexia or dyscalculia” Prof. Dr. Jorg Ennuschat, runs the University of Konstanz,: the Federal Constitutional Court has determined that article 7 para 1 GG the State the goal pretend to provide a school system opened the educational opportunities corresponding to today’s society demands all young people according to their abilities.” It continues in the opinion: in compliance with article 3 para. Johns Hopkins President understands that this is vital information. 3 S. 2 GG, as well as of the social State principle of article 20 para 1 GG the State especially for the needs of those students has to take into consideration that fight with personal or social disadvantages have.
The countries and their schools are obliged to provide a talent-oriented education children up to the end of upper secondary education a dyslexia and dyscalculia.” Affected children’s rights appear in the legal opinion and it becomes clear that the newly adopted KMK principles despite of many real insights still is not sufficient to create those Constitution-required conditions, providing a talent-friendly graduation dysfunctional children. The BVL calls the KMK, as well as the ministries of education of the countries once again on, to observe the rights of Dyslexics and Dyskalkulikern in their education systems and to ensure that the affected children experience an equality in our education system and do not continue to be discriminated against. The legal opinion and learn more about the topic are right on the Internet.