Published on07/27/2018 3:06 am

Learning mental math, which is the ability to do math in your head without pen, paper, or finger counting, requires lots and lots of practice. Unfortunately, many kids are just not getting the practice and repetition they want. In 2017, over 50 percent of 4th graders were not proficient in 4th grade Common Core mathematics standards. Slower learners, like those with autism, wind up ...

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Published on07/27/2018 3:05 am

Unfortunately, many kids are just not getting the practice and repetition they want. In 2017, over 50 percent of 4th graders weren't proficient at 4th grade Common Core mathematics standards. Slower learners, like those with disabilities, end up falling further and further behind.

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