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Dyscalculia: how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties

By Jo Van Herwegen, Associate Professor in the department of Psychology and Human Development, UCL
Elisabeth Herbert, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Human Development, IOE UCLUCL IOE. Programme Director for MA SpLD dyslexia and Programme route leader for the MA in Special and Inclusive Education Specific Learning Difficulties route, UCL
Laura Outhwaite, Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunities, UCL
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A good grasp of maths has been linked to greater success in employment and better health. But a large proportion of us – up to 22% – have mathematical learning difficulties. What’s more, around 6% of children in primary schoolsThe Conversation

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