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Opinion: Visual learning may be the trick to making us smarter about money

 

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TINAHAY

It’s no secret that Americans struggle when it comes to working with numbers. Although the United States educational system lags other nations in a number of subject areas, our performance in STEM and numbers-heavy subjects often fares the worst. The U.S. ranks in the bottom 15% of wealthy developed nations in math. And only 40% of students graduate high school with the numbers skills they’ll need to be able to succeed in college.

For many of us, the tried-and-true way of teaching quantitative subjects just isn’t adding up to actual competency.

 

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