Actress and author Danica McKellar on finding her own identity and confidence through math

Liz speaks with actress and math writer Danica McKellar about how math helped her find her own identity after her time on Wonder Years and why being friends with your own kid isn't so bad. She talks about how to encourage math skill in young girls who may be discouraged at an early age.

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