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When Language Prevents Kids From Succeeding At Math

Forbes – Natalie Wexler

“Years ago, when I served on the board of a charter elementary school, teachers told me about an odd phenomenon they’d noticed. Sometimes when children couldn’t do math problems on their own, teachers would try reading the problems aloud—and suddenly the kids could solve them. Apparently, those students could do the math. They just couldn’t read the words.” (more)

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