Column: Math challenges need not stall academic progress

12/24/2008 | Flint Journal (Mich.), The

Students with math-related learning disabilities may benefit from translating numbers into their verbal equivalent, says Flint Journal columnist Kori E. Carson Dean, who has worked as an educator, special education administrator and behavioral-management consultant. Many strong students who struggle with math may not be identified until college, Carson Dean says, but disability assessments can help them better understand how to overcome their challenges.

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