I find this to be preferential treatment
My kid can't read, he won't let me read to him for 10 minutes. Trying to get him to read os impossible. The most I get out of him is 5 minutes. I don't want my kid yo become his disability do to speak. But I got to thinking, there is no way my kid will ever get that special party. Neither will add, ADHD, or autistic kids. I find this as a form of discrimination for not being perfect.
I might just be thinking this way because I hate this school, but it's like rewarding normal and punishing the not so perfect. How do the kids that can't read because of a disability get rewarded? It's wrong but my theory is don't tell him this is happening he will neveriss what he doesn't know. Homeschooling looker and more appealing. The public school system here only wants perfect kids.