New Mexico’s fourth-grade and eighth-grade students’ test scores in math and reading on the latest Nation’s Report Card remain well below the national average. Results released Wednesday on the National Assessment of Educational Progress show fourth-graders in the state scored 12 points below the national average on math and 11 points below the national average score in reading. The report says about 29% of the state’s fourth-graders are proficient both in reading, and only 24% in math. About 21% of eighth-graders proficient in math. Nationwide, a little more than a third of eighth-graders are proficient in reading and math.

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