Using our materials, kids learn important skills such as: mental counting while solving math problems; photographic memory and spatial orientation; logical, critical, and analytical thinking; the ability to concentrate and focus attention; belief in their own ability to solve a problem (leads to greater self-esteem and being more focused on the result);
To begin with, mathematics accompanies a child throughout all his school and student life. The article says that only 36% of students have no difficulty with math. This even though standards are constantly being reviewed and reduced. Here is what google gives for “most failed college courses”. Algebra comes first.