Read the story in the link for today where someone recall their youth that got majorly impacted by a learning disability. Best Quote:
After much hemming and hawing, I went and did a series of tests with trained doctors and teachers who told me that I had dyscalculia. Finally, I realized that my inability to not be able to perform in maths was not because I was dumb or didn’t pay attention. My brain couldn’t grasp these concepts, and it wasn’t my fault at all!
Good news that data set is now being made available by Vanderbilt University neuroscientist James R. Booth The goal is to support the work of other researchers across the world who are working to understand how arithmetic skills develop in childhood.
A new study shows that a non-symbolic number comparison task had a significant value in the prediction of the Math competency level pointing to the need to take these kinds of tasks into account in the first years of school.