Empathy is eroding, says Stanford psychologist Jamil Zaki. The average American in 2009 was 30 percent less empathetic than their counterpart thirty years before. But there are ways to strengthen our empathy despite deep divisions in the world today.
It's not uncommon for kids and adults to have a negative experience learning math. Learning about how the brain works and unpacking some stereotypes can help learners reframe the narrative they tell themselves about math.