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More maths testing could be good for primary schoolchildren – if done in the right way

The Conversation – Kinga Morsanyi

“Research suggests that, in general, there are two main culprits when it comes to failure in maths. One is developmental dyscalculia – a specific learning disorder, which affects about one in 20 children. The other is maths anxiety, which is an even more common problem. According to a large-scale international study, about one in three adolescents get very nervous when they have to do maths.” (more)

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