In 2000, one booklet from each grade in science was designated as an accommodations booklet. There was also a separate mathematics bilingual booklet in grades 4 and 8 that was used for accommodations. These booklets were all grouped in bundles of five. Each bundle contained a bundle slip that indicated the book IDs on the booklets within the bundle, so the supervisor or administrator would not have to open the bundle to record the booklet ID on the administration schedule.
One mathematics and science booklet at each grade was also identified for use as a large-print booklet. The national main supervisors received a bulk supply. The state assessment administrators requested these as a short shipment item once they received their original shipment. To protect the security of these booklets in the state administrations, they were individually packaged in a sealed plastic bag with instructions.
|Grade||Subject area||Large-print booklet||Bilingual booklet1||Bilingual glossary2|
|† Not applicable. This accommodation was not offered to this sample of students.
1 In the 2000 assessment, NAEP provided the bilingual booklets.
2 In the 2000 assessment, schools provided the bilingual glossaries.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2000.