Wyoming Students Improve in Math, Reading

Wyoming Students Improve in Math, Reading

CHEYENNE (AP) - Wyoming students have improved their math and reading scores on a national assessment test.

The National Assessment of Educational Progress released its 2011 results Tuesday. The test measures math and reading among 4th and 8th graders nationwide.

Wyoming 4th graders scored four points better on average than the national average in both subjects, while 8th graders were five points better on math and six points over on reading.

The test is the only nationally continuing evaluation of the condition of education in the United States and has served as a national yardstick of student achievement since 1969.

States are required by federal law to administer the test every two years to students in 4th and 8th grades.

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