Understanding of students and pupils by particular teachers is equally significant in repairing relation and socialization of different learners. Aspergers Syndrome is one such disorder that calls for teacher’s attention in determining the appropriate methods of ensuring perfect service delivery to all students in a school set up. In the views of Donaldson, Asperger Syndrome is a serious disorder that interferes with the individuals’ socialization, communication and flexibility in behavioural and thinking that makes the victims process information in an awkward manner. Studying Asperger Syndrome in students enables the education officials to monitor and handle particular victims in a sensible manner with sole intents of motivating students to excel in studies. Studying Asperger Syndrome in students also enables teachers to encourage replenishment of communication skills of particular victims of AS. In order to achieve designed goals set by various education sectors in ensuring that every youth obtain education in life, there are a number of policies, which every operation should roll when handling the Asperger Syndrome students. According to Madriaga et al (7), one of the policies set by the government extends to the higher education institutions given the responsibilities of enforcing the disability equality in various institutions. Creation of Disability Equality Duty has developed legal paths that can be followed by the higher education institutions protecting culture and encouraging diversity within various learning institutions....
It is important for teachers to get the necessary tools and equipments they need to enable them achieve exemplary practice in learning, teaching and carrying out assessment. This policy will ensure that teachers obtain deep and clear understanding of students with AS disorder and arrange for inclusion plan by allocating distinct time for teaching the AS students. Certain policies advocate for compulsory training of teachers on matters concerning AS since the formation of the Disability Discrimination Act. The policy further requires teachers to get trained on the other courses that relate to the safety measures of the AS students and environment in general. Coupled massive increase in population of the AS students joining higher education institutions, particular policy requires specific schools dealing with AS students to take responsibilities of transforming their specific environments into positive social arena. It is vital that governments allocate particular allowances for AS students who may intend to further their education into colleges and universities (Madriaga et al 7). The policy outlined also proposes that before AS students get admission into their respective higher education centres, they should get information on the contemporary allowance to assure them of their speciality in the society. These allowances will also encourage and motivate AS students who show exceptional determination and efforts to learn more. The policy further recommends that AS students should be accorded high attention in order to keep in line with the recurrent needs and supporting their creative thinking capabilities (Madriaga et al