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Nevada State College to Pilot Succeed in: Math! Software

09-12-2008 12:36 PM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Interactive Technologies of Nevada

Nevada State College to Pilot Succeed in: Math! Software

Interactive Technologies of Nevada (ITN), developer of Succeed in: Math! software, has agreed to pilot its math software at Nevada State College for students taking remedial math courses.

“We are very proud that Nevada State College has agreed to pilot our program”, said Joel Rector, Operations Director for ITN. “We believe that many students taking remedial math classes will find our software helpful for improving their math skills in order to successfully move ahead with their academic careers.”

“Our program integrates FLASH animation, bilingual (English/Spanish) narration with interactive practice, delivering a self-paced learning experience that has helped thousands of students since 2004. We have developed a unique educational methodology that identifies student weaknesses generating a personalized tutorial based on each student’s needs.”

ITN’s premier product, Succeed in: Math! ( combines animation, bilingual (English/Spanish) narration, text and interactive practice with robust reporting functionality that takes the guesswork out of identifying student weaknesses and providing focused, effective remedial help for middle school, high school, and postsecondary students.

About Interactive Technologies of Nevada (
Interactive Technologies of Nevada (ITN) is a leading developer of Internet-based assessment and remediation software that help students improve skills and increase test scores.

Interactive Technologies of Nevada
4894 W. Lone Mountain Road Suite 330
Las Vegas, NV 89130
Joel Rector, Operations Director
(702) 597-5230

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