(Ivanhoe Newswire) — Spiders, the boogeyman and things that go bump in the night. There’s so many things that kids are afraid of, but could a parent’s fear also rub off on them, especially when it comes to school achievement?
Did you know about 30 percent of workers around the world use algebra at least once a week as part of their job? As the need for advanced math skills in high-demand stem jobs grows, deep-rooted math anxiety may be holding them back. But how can parents turn that around, early on?
Researchers at the University of Chicago had a group of first…
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