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Accommodations Booklets for the 2002 Assessment

In 2002, read aloud and large-print booklets were available for students who were identified by school officials as needing these accommodations. Sixteen grade 4 and grade 8 writing booklets were designated as read aloud accommodation booklets. One subject booklet type from grade 4 and 8 was identified for use as a large-print book.

Both booklet types were given unique identification bar code numbers separate from the booklets used for regular testing. They were then packaged and shipped to NAEP assessment administrators.

Read aloud accommodations booklets, by grade: 2002
Grade Booklets
4 W205, W206, W225, W226, W227,W228,  W229,  W230,
W231, W232, W233, W234, W235, W236, W237, W238
8 W201, W202, W203, W204, W205,W206, W216, W217,
W218, W219, W229, W230, W231, W232, W233, W234
NOTE: Booklets named W*** are writing booklets. NAEP reading assessment design does not allow read-aloud accommodations, so the 2002 NAEP assessment instruments, which included both reading and writing, offered only writing read-aloud booklets.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2002.

Large-print accommodations booklets, by grade: 2002
Grade Booklets
4 R1, W206
8 R30, W205
NOTE:  Booklets R1 and R30 are reading assessment booklets. Booklets W206 and W205 are writing assessment booklets.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2002.

 


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