Extra Edition: Low-Income Students Learning Math. A Repeat.

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PROGRAM # 9428 11:00 AM PDT

Extra Edition: Low-Income Students Learning Math. A Repeat.

A mathematics expert found that while poor Latino students traditionally struggle to learn math, their math proficiency rates have improved over the years. What are the academic challenges for low-income children who are raised in poverty? What’s the importance of developing math skills? What can parents do to help with homework? This archival program was originally aired on August 27, 1997.

Guest: Luis Ortiz-Franco, Professor of Mathematics, Chapman University, Orange, CA.

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