By Amanda Morin
Recognizing the characteristics of dyscalculia and understanding how problems with math learning are addressed will help you find better ways to help your child. Here are our experts’ answers to some of parents’ most common questions.
Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D., is senior director of learning resources and research at the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
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