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NAEP Processing Assessment Materials → Packaging and Distribution → Spiraling and Bundling → Number of Bundle Types Needed to Meet Assessment Design Requirements and Number of Booklets Needed to Create a Complete Spiral, by Grade: 2003
Number of bundle types needed to meet assessment design requirement and number of booklets needed to create a complete spiral: by grade, 2003
Grade School type Number of
bundle types
Number of  booklets needed for a complete spiral
4 Private 570 91 copies of booklets R1 through R50
70 copies of booklets R80
105 copies of booklets R90 through R91
56 copies of booklets M101 through M150
70 copies of booklets M190 through M191
105 copies of booklets M195 through M196
Public 859 119 copies of booklets R1 through R50
14 copies of booklets R80
21 copies of booklets R90 through R91
119 copies of booklets M101 through M150
14 copies of booklets M190 through M191
21 copies of booklets M195 through M196
8 Private 221 24 copies of booklets R1 through R72
288 copies of booklets R73
32 copies of booklets R80 through R81
48 copies of booklets R90 through R91
24 copies of booklets M101 through M150
32 copies of booklets M190 through M191
48 copies of booklets M195 through M196
Public 763 72 copies of booklets R1 through R72
864 copies of booklets R73
16 copies of booklets R80 through R81
24 copies of booklets R90 through R91
120 copies of booklets M101 through M150
16 copies of booklets M190 through M191
24 copies of booklets M195 through M196
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2003.

 


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