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numerate

able to use numbers, esp in arithmetical operations
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Help must also be directed to the millions of barely numerate adults already at work, many of whom will continue to work for several decades.
Under the agreement, Numerate will drive discovery programs aimed at identifying clinical candidates for use in Takeda's core therapeutic areas: oncology, gastroenterology, and central nervous system disorders.
Britons aged 16 to 24 are among the least literate and numerate in the world.
y the working age g g ppopulation are not functionally numerate, y and almost one in six "Nearly one in four of do not have functional literacy skills
Why on earth should highly numerate college heads be involved?
He added "it is possible to solve all pending questions if both sides expressed real inclination to numerate the disputed questions according to importance and solve them accordingly to guarantee national interests".
The definition proposed by a 1997 national numeracy conference, "To be numerate is to use mathematics effectively to meet the general demands of life at home, in paid work, and for participation in community and civic life" (Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers, 1997, p.
Why don''t we look back to the way we were taught in the 1940s and 50s when the majority of children left school numerate and literate?
It might just be me but why on Earth are we only now talking about checking that our would-be teachers are actually numerate and literate before they get into a classroom?
We need to be numerate not only so we don't get ripped off in everyday life but also because it teaches us amazing thinking skills.
Collaborative practice which acknowledges differentiated learning needs of students, diverse long term educational outcomes, and acknowledges the respective skill sets of both teacher and librarian in delivering a curriculum which embraces the future focused needs of 21st century learners--to be literate and numerate, critical and creative thinkers, active seekers, users and creators of knowledge, informed decision makers, and active participants in their future world.
As well as making sure all our children are literate and numerate, we have an obligation to adults who missed out.