Based on my own experiences, I am concerned that aphantasics are inherently discriminated against by many educational systems. Many educational institutions require that all students take many courses that emphasize memorization and/or designed for people who can create visual and/or auditory images. For example, many colleges require that a student take at least a year of a foreign language. That may be a reasonable requirement for most students, but it is not reasonable for a aphantasic who does not create auditory images. As another example, when we were young, my wife took a college level course on mineralogy in which the students were expected to visually recognize about 1000 different minerals. That course would have been a disaster for me. I would like to see some research done to convince educational institutions to test each student’s learning styles and, then, provide a custom curricula of courses for aphantasic students.