- Torture - in fact it is how the everyday can be experienced by a Asperger in an ordinary folkeskoleklasse. The teachers and students simply do not understand the problems. This in.flg. my 22 year old Asperger son, who has tried it all.
the Comment from Soren T. to the articleSee also: 7-year-old to mom: I want to die were just like the majority of other compassionate to the family of Haifa, whose son felt his school life so problematic that he in detail had described to his mother how he would end his life. the
- the Municipalities must save and it hits the weak. There is 'assessed' by looking into the budget without regard to the child/family. You would not think it is Denmark, sounded from the C. T., who even have a boy of 12, who are infantile autistic and mentally retarded.
Nabokommunen can help
But now all the indications are that the main character - a seven-year-old Jonathan from Moscow - can get to a life in the primary school as Egedal Municipality otherwise felt he could cope with. The family has, according to the local paper.dk just got an offer for a place at a special school in Ballerup Municipality.
In Ballerup Municipality's letter to Jonathans mother is direct, that you do not believe that Jonathan should go in a regular school with support, which is Egedal Municipality's plan for Jonathan:
Large community is difficult
- In a included environment in almenskolen with support it can be difficult to give Jonathan the needed security, then he must be able to engage in a very large community in a class. It will this offer be difficult for Jonathan to use his skills and potentials to the full, as he described are stressed and uncomfortable, it sounds in the letter the family has received, and although the school is some distance away, is the family prepared to say yes and thank you for Ballerups outstretched hand.
But what do you think is the best way to go - more students in special schools or more teachers in the public schools, so they can handle students with special challenges?
today, Denmark spends more than 12 billion in special schools.