Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Computers and exams

Children at the age of 12 have to take a series of tests at school to assess their abilities and skills, so a good advice for the next school can be given.

Children with dyslexia are allowed to take the test at the computer.

But the first day of this series of tests the computers for dyslectic pupils were not working.

It's ridiculous that the reason they gave was that they didn't expect so much participation.
Schools get extra money for children with dyslexia and other learning- or behavioural problems, so the organisation that takes these tests could have known how many children are dyslectic.

Each year there are problems which seem to be too silly for words.

This was just one example.
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