Schools seeing improvement in math scores as students play video game

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Sewell Elementary School fifth-grader Jade Lewis, 11, works through math problems on the “ST Math” computer software developed by California-based nonprofit education group Mind Research Institute. The virtual software teaches abstract math concepts using visual animations and games.
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