An educational video-game software program used by about 10,000 students in several low-performing Nevada elementary schools this year has led to an increase in math scores, preliminary results of the program suggest. The ST Math program, developed by the California nonprofit MIND Research Institute, uses video-game-like instruction to teach abstract math concepts, and allows teachers to tailor homework and lessons to individual students' strengths and weaknesses.

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