The Inquirer and Mirror of Nantucket, Mass., reports that the local school district is hoping to boost its test scores through the use of a software program called Test Whiz. The program will help district administrators sort out individual students’ weaknesses so they can address them before an upcoming state audit in April. Students in Nantucket are having the most difficulty on science and technology assessments. “This is a totally weak area for the district,” said Deputy Superintendent Robert Pellicone. “We’re not doing justice to the programs as well as to the kids and the staff.”