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Intervention Strategy for Improving Success Rates in Calculus. Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews: Special Issue: Pathways to Mathematical Learning Difficulties and Disabilities, 2009, Vol 15, Issue 1 includes several articles on math learning difficulties for various populations. You had so many pearls around but all those pearls needed to be arranged in a way to form a necklace. Smith knows she will have to change her game plan to be more effective with these students, but she is not sure how to do it.

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