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Trading flashcards for keyboards and notepads for computer screens, second-graders are learning math differently at Dallas Independent School District.

Starting this school year, all second-graders are using a personalized computer-based math program called Reasoning Mind to supplement their regular math lessons. Next school year, district officials may nearly triple the number of students using the program by expanding it to the third and fourth grades. The hope, district officials say, is to boost test...

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