Many students in the US struggle with math due to disabilities like dyscalculia, but schools rarely screen for these learning disabilities. Dyscalculia affects up to 7% of the population and often coexists with dyslexia. While there are laws mandating screening for dyslexia, there is not as much awareness or research on math disabilities. Teachers often lack the training needed to work with students with math disabilities, leaving parents to seek outside help. Experts suggest that learning effective methods for teaching students with math disabilities could improve math instruction for all students.