Re: Dyslexia and Exams in Secondary Education
I agree that making artrangement for e.g.extra time in exams is not enough to meet the needs of those who have dyselxia - they need to be specificaly taught a number of skills that teachers often assume that all pupils have - e.g. how to organise their time and how to plan an essay. Arrangements for exams are meaningless unless the individual has been taught how to use e.g. extra time and been given the opportunity to practice with e.g. a reader.