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NAEP Processing Assessment Materials → Processing Schedule and Overall Counts for the 2004 Assessment → Number of Students Withdrawn/Ineligible, Excluded, Assessed, and Absent, Long-Term Trend Assessment, by Age and Session Type: 2004

Number of students withdrawn/ineligible, excluded, assessed, and absent, long-term trend assessment, by age and session type: 2004
Age Session type Total number of sessions Number of students withdrawn/
ineligible
Number of
students not meeting the
criteria to participate
Number of students
to be assessed
Number of students
absent
on day
of testing
Number
of
students
 assessed
9    Total 2,400 1,000 1,500 28,200 1,700 26,600
Reading and mathematics 1,100 600 700 17,900 1,100 16,800
Reading bridge 600 200 400 4,900 300 4,600
Mathematics 300 100 200 2,800 200 2,600
Mathematics bridge 300 2,700 200 2,700 100 2,500
13    Total 2,500 700 1,700 30,800 2,400 28,400
Reading and mathematics 1,200 500 800 19,500 1,500 17,900
Reading bridge 600 100 400 5,100 400 4,800
Mathematics 300 100 200 2,800 200 2,600
Mathematics bridge 300 100 300 3,400 300 3,100
17    Total 2,100 2,100 1,600 34,500 8,100 26,400
Reading and mathematics 1,200 1,400 800 23,500 5,500 18,000
Reading bridge 500 400 400 6,000 1,500 4,600
Mathematics bridge 500 300 400 5,000 1,200 3,900
NOTE: Number of sessions and student counts are rounded to the nearest hundred. Detail may not sum to total because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2004 Long-Term Trend Assessment.

Last updated 16 February 2009 (RF)

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