FRESNO, CA, Sept. 11, 2006--James K. Polk elementary school received a 21st Century Learning grant from Fresno County that it used to launch a new after-school enrichment program free of charge to students. The program features unique visual math computer games that are proven to increase students' math test scores. Polk is one of the first schools in Fresno's Central Unified School District and the 100th school in California to incorporate the non-profit education researcher MIND Institute's unique spatial-temporal math software, "ST Math," to improve students' achievement in math. After pilot testing the games last spring, Polk incorporated them into...

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