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New Mexico students score higher on reading, math tests


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Less than a third of all New Mexico students are proficient when it comes to reading and math. But state education officials said Thursday the latest test scores show thousands more students performed better on their annual assessments.

The Public Education Department results show more than 31 percent of students tested this spring are proficient or better in reading and more than 21 percent are proficient or better in math.

Those are the highest percentages in the four years that students have been taking the standardized assessments developed by the Partnership...

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