Discuss the Range of Diversity in Learning Needs which May Be Encountered by the Primary School Practitioner
One problem appears to lie with the Local Education Authorities who often choose to sweep dyslexia under the carpet. Indeed a lot of Authorities do not even recognise dyslexia as a need, which impinges learning and validates a Statement being issued. We can only hope that this problem will remedy itself in the future.
Recent legislation in The House of Lords has put increased pressure on LEA's and schools to take the problem seriously. A new ruling will have enormous implications for teachers in that it demands that they have a personal duty of care to their pupils and not just a responsibility to answer to or advise the local education authority. A duty of care means just that. Basically it points out that teachers are now to be held accountable for their advice and actions, this may include failing to recognise a pupil's dyslexia and preventing them receiving appropriate teaching.
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