Wyoming test scores improve, but stay under pre-pandemic levels
CHEYENNE — Proficiency rates among Wyoming students increased in all content areas during the 2022-23 school year, according to results from the state’s standardized tests, but still remained slightly below pre-pandemic levels.
Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Megan Degenfelder called for action during a news conference Thursday morning, where she said proficiency scores were 1-2% below the 2018-19 results.
“We must do better,” Degenfelder said. “While our state standards and assessment scores are set intentionally high, and we do assess all students, including those w...