Wed 12 February 2014, The Daily Telegraph

Pupils 'cannot count out change' due to poor maths skills

By Graeme Paton
A study by Nationwide finds that more than half of secondary school pupils struggle to work out change in their heads, prompting claims that maths lessons are leaving them "unequipped for everyday situations"
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