November 11 2013 Learning Disabilities Newsletter
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Dyscalculia is a math learning disability that often effect children with learning disabilities. Weaknesses vary in visual-spatial processing, language processing, and temporal-sequential ordering. The mastery of basic math facts early in life makes the ability to move to advanced problems easier.
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