Early birth ‘does not raise dyscalculia risk’

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Children born early are not at greater risk of suffering from dyscalculia than those who go full term, it has been reported.

Scientists from Ruhr-Universitaet-Bochum in Germany have contradicted previous  conclusions by experts that early birth is a risk factor for the condition and is the first research of its kind to take the IQ of children into consideration.

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It is time to take Dyscalculia Serious

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Although written for the UK, the following summary of the post from Dr Adam Boddison, Chief executive of the National Association for Special Education Needs, could be equally true in many other countries.

…there is still significant research and development required to be able to more fully understand dyscalculia and how best to address the range of difficulties for individual children. We have taken a step in the right direction with our increasing global acceptance of this condition. To move forwards, there must be a concerted effort to recognise dyscalculia at all levels of our education systems so that we reach a point where dyscalculia is at least as widely accepted and understood as dyslexia.

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