Cheyenne, Wy – A new report shows that Wyoming eighth grade students do better on state assessment tests for math and reading then they do on the main national assessment test. But the gap is much less then the national average. On the state assessment test 62 percent of students were scored as proficient in reading and 55 percent are proficient in Math. But on the main federal test, 36 percent are rated as proficient in reading and 29 percent are proficient in Math. Despite the numbers, State Superintendent Jim McBride says he is satisfied with the rigor on Wyoming's main test. McBride is also satisfied that they are making strides in making more students proficient. But he says it is something they will keep working on.