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The tutoring has been extremely helpful since the math teacher in my daughter's school doesn't teach - just hands out homework with minimal examples. As a seven year old, Scott was developing analytical skills. Pajares and Miller's (1994) study of self-efficacy and mathematics has implications for teachers who attempt to remediate low math achievement. Ghent, Eastern Illinois University, Tod Porter, Youngstown State University, and Ray Purdom, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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