Mathematics skills are always valuable, even for younger students in school. However, developmental dyscalculia -- which hinders the ability to learn math -- is becoming an increasingly common concern for parents who watch their children struggle. Even doctors are weighing in on the importance of the condition itself.

Something else these parties are discussing is mathematics anxiety -- a common problem caused by dyscalculia, and one that could impact students' successes.

Luckily, this informative video has some solutions. For example, students who struggle with math can learn new skills for themselves along the way. So, they can still advance their grade level, and eventually prove that they can excel at math.

Though developmental dyscalculia is a significant problem, parents and teachers should and can show support, and hopefully see their students achieve success!

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