Why public schools don’t talk about Dyscalculia

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Public schools, in the United States, have a strong tendency to stick to the rule books. Hence you will not often hear them talk about your child as having dyscalculia, but rather assess your child and label the problem with a term found in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). This provides that children will get free appropriate instructions. Dyscalculia is a term used in psychology books rather so the public schools shy away from it and use term like Learning Disabilities in Applied Math and Basic Math Skills or Math Disabilities.

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