Mathematics is a vital subject for all children, but many struggle with it, and leave school with insufficient skills to cope with modern life. Yet, we know a great deal about what works (and what doesn’t) in teaching mathematics at all levels. There are successful methods of supporting children who are struggling, either by making changes to existing classroom teaching, or through targeted interventions. In this issue of Better, researchers around the world write about their work in this field.
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