Education Summit

News from the Association of dyslexia of the BVL – Bundesverband dyslexia and dyscalculia e.V. The KMK and the Governments again urges, to ensure an equal opportunities for dyslexic and Dyskalkuliker in the education system. It is essential to creating uniform educational arrangements for the affected children. The education regulations in the countries violate the basic law. Advancement through education for pupils with a part failure remains an illusion. The BVL (Bundesverband dyslexia and dyscalculia e.V.) the KMK and the Governments prompts again, to ensure an equal opportunities for dyslexic and Dyskalkuliker in the education system.

It is essential to creating uniform educational arrangements for the affected children. The education regulations in the countries violate no talent be right against the basic law, in particular students and students with partial output errors such as dyslexia and dyscalculia Reach school because no account is taken of their handicap. The countries are legally obliged to ensure an equal opportunities in the education system is to ensure\”, calls Dr. Johannes Mierau, lawyer from Wurzburg. The decrees or regulations in the countries for pupils with the partial output errors dyslexia and dyscalculia require citations urgently, to fulfill the right to equal opportunity and free choice of employment. Without financial cost and with immediate effect framework could be created for the affected students, who compensate for their handicap and allow them a talent fair school\”, so Dr. Mierau.

On the 16th Federal Congress of the BVL in early October in Berlin, Dr. Mierau introduced a regulation granting a drawback balance and touch protection for pupils with a recognised failure of part of and met with very positive response. These Regulation could be implemented immediately – without burdening the State financially – nationwide. We have no understanding more, that you only must convene an education Summit, to clarify what is to do. Facts which are clearly on the hand and can be implemented without much effort, will not be taken up.

Basel II Rules For At Least Two Years To Expose

Basel II rules for at least two years expose – loans for medium-sized businesses to expensive Basel II rules for at least two years expose – loans for medium-sized businesses to expensive Berlin/Brussels, may 12, 2009 – a temporary suspension of the Basel II rules of the President of the Federation has proposed medium-sized economy (BVMW), Mario Ohoven, in a conversation with EU economic and Monetary Affairs Joaquin Almunia in Brussels today. “As a result of the ongoing financial crisis, Basel II has increased the loans for small – and medium-sized enterprises. Therefore, we advocate to override the rules and regulations for at least two years”, so Ohoven, who at the same time is at the forefront of the European Federation of national associations of medium-sized businesses (CEA-PME). When meeting with Almunia, Ohoven said the reform of the financial market. “I think the rule that banks have to keep five percent of the credit risk, which sell them as securities, even in the future, is not sufficient. Here one would be at least twice as high rates have been”appropriate, said the German and European middle-class President.

He called for an improvement of the financial and banking supervision in the EU at the same time. Ohoven positively reviewed the new Europe GmbH. The European Parliament had decided in March to facilitate business start-ups in the EU. “The new legal form saves time and money the medium-sized companies.” Ohoven stressed that Brussels did an important contribution to the deregulation, in conversation with Almunia at the start of the European week for small and medium-sized enterprises. The CEA-PME represents Europe more than two million SMEs employing around 15 million people. A message from NeueNachricht. NeueNachricht is responsible for the content. Editorial NeueNachricht Gunnar Sohn Ettighoffer road 26a 53123 Bonn Tel: 0228 6204474 mobile: 0177 620 44 74