Study: Can all students benefit from math tutoring?

04/29/2013 | Reuters

A recent study that looked at brain structure, connectivity and math processing revealed that it may be possible to identify children who will not benefit from math tutoring. Researchers warn against using the findings to make hasty decisions about interventions for children who struggle in math.

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