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Because your minds are amazingly unique

Although the educational policies reflect an inclusive intent with respect to individual differences, in daily life the groupings in a class and the standard programs to be followed are common for all and take little or no account of possible differences in the capacity and speed of learning of different pupils.

Accredited science, research, physicians, psychologists and the numbers themselves tell us this.


Minimum skills

Failure to acquire minimum skill levels affects almost 50% of students, also due to the drop in learning connected with discontinuity and fragmentation in the early stages of their education.


Attention problems

1 child in 5 in North America suffers from attention deficit. On the basis of the population reported in 2019, 20% (1 in 5) means that 65.6 million people have difficulty learning and maintaining attention.


Loss of earnings

Also in the U.S., with 3.5 million jobs to be filled by 2025, manufacturers are encountering significant problems because they are losing about 11% of their annual earnings (EBITDA), due to the shortage of qualified personnel. Companies have to go beyond the limits of ordinary training programs and actually do it directly on the job.


Learning difficulties

Looking next at the Arab world, some global calculations estimate that over 15% of the student population in the Middle East suffers from learning difficulties. In 2012, the WHO reported that over 53 million Arabian citizens exhibited learning difficulties.


No work

In the UK, the latest statistics of Public Health England (PHE) reveal that 94.4% of working age adults with learning difficulties do not have a job that is paid at the national level.



A study by the Council for Exceptional Children estimates that between 6% and 8% of school-age children exhibit common learning difficulties like dyslexia, dysgraphia, perceptive disability and developmental aphasia.


Mental health problems

The Mental Health Foundation tells us that people with learning difficulties are at a much greater risk of mental illness than the rest of the population in the UK. It has been estimated that 54% of individuals with learning difficulties have a serious mental health issue like depression.



The American LDA association says that 80 - 90% of learning disorders are related to dyslexia.

So it is clear that what we are talking about here is a global problem involving shocking numbers of people.

your minds are amazingly unique

The major world organizations have expressed their concerns with regard to the performance of the educational systems. Fernando M. Reimers, director of the Global Education Innovation Initiative at Harvard University, and former member of the UNESCO commission, says that the educational system in the United States is not currently able to meet the challenges of the future and adds that he is seriously worried about the disconnect between education in America and the important challenges facing that country. In his opinion, to help face crises like climate change, for example, the Universities engaged in research should collaborate with the primary, middle and high schools.

Periodicals in the fields of science and economics everywhere in the world keep telling us that the old teaching methods are no longer valid and it is a fact that large companies now have to manage the training of people who live at great distances, with different schedules and in different time zones, to make up for the work that was not done effectively by the schools.

The world recognizes the need to change this situation and believes that technology can come to its aid.

An article in the World Journal of Education states that the impact of the use of technology on the teacher-student relations, with its consequences on communication and the possibility of interaction, could improve learning among the students.

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