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Guideline for Policy Makers


4. Drawing up the strategy


After processing all information sources, a strategy needs to be drawn up. The strategy should have clear objectives, follow strategic directions and aim at specific actions.

  1. Provide a source of different tools in order to help teachers understand the current situation within the classroom. Different tools are available from selected sources so that teachers and school counselors will be able to have information about their students
  2. Based on budgetary options, provide to schools communication means and educational resources. ICT means can improve teachers and students communication.
  3. Combining the first four steps of the guideline package, our intention is not only to inform teachers about the current situation and exchange opinions with them, but also to train them in order to be ready and self-confident to respond to the topic in question. A training course for teachers is going to be implement so that to enhance their knowledge over the problem as well as to sharpen their ability to respond to it effectively and creatively.
  4. Develop support structures to help students in their school environment assuring the quality of personalized and educational services support for students, school guidance and professional counseling.
  5. Create a framework for supporting parents in helping their own children at homework. The family environment is a crucial parameter in achieving specific results.
  6. Establish a three months periodical workshop with selected school representatives in order to receive feedback, comments, criticism and new ideas.
  7. Provide information sources about the problem to every participant in the strategy.
  8. Disseminate similar success stories from other situations at a national or European level.


  • LDA Learning Disabilities Association of America
    On this web-site, teachers can find a useful guideline to identify students at risk of early school leaving due to learning disabilities.
  • CalDys2
    A Bulgarian project presented to supporting teachers and specialists who work in the schools with students with dyslexia and other learning difficulties.
  • Special Educational Needs
    This book deals with particular areas of special educational need, arguing that effective educational provision can be enhanced with reference to the particular problems experienced by children.
  • School Safety Success Stories
    The School Safety Net Portal contains several success stories, true story cases that you can read using the filter “Students with learning difficulties”.




20 December 2014

Final Partners’ meeting

The fourth partners’ meeting took place in Florence (IT) on 15 December 2014. The meeting had the objective to check the activities carried out since the third meeting of the project and share and assess the in progress results. A special focus has been dedicated to the presentation of the strategies to solve the case scenarios.