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A two-in-one math program for kids and adults

Alison Scuffi and her 9-year-old daughter Dakota with Lorraine Baron, a research associated with UBC Okanagan. All participants of the "Count on Yourself" math education program (courtesy CBC)

Count on Yourself is a math education program spearheaded by UBC Okanagan research associate, Lorraine Baron who has been working with four families including Alison Scuffi and her daughter Dakota.

The adults have been learning financial literacy while the children have learned to love doing math.

They joined Chris Walker in studio to talk about what the program concentrates on and how it has worked for them.

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