[Rasch] item pools
Carolyn.Fidelman at ed.gov
Sat Jan 28 02:14:25 EST 2012
For children in Grades K, 1, 3, 5, 8 you can obtain item level data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study at
The n is around 20,000.
What is available publicly already has IRT theta scores for math and you can just download that directly. However, to get item level data you have to make a request at ecls at ed.gov<mailto:ecls at ed.gov> or use the directions at
Best of luck on this research!
Carolyn G. Fidelman, Ph.D.
Early Childhood and Household Studies, ECICSD, NCES
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From: rasch-bounces at acer.edu.au [mailto:rasch-bounces at acer.edu.au] On Behalf Of Robert Hess
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Question, how big a data set are you looking for? I have some extremely large data sets for math achievement scores (old data from school district of over 40,000 students). I probably would have to get their permission before releasing the data (but I don't think that would be a difficulty). Let me know.
Prof. Emeritus of Measurement & Evaluation in Education
Arizona State University
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Subject: [Rasch] item pools
I am interested in locating large item pools containing individual responses to achievement or aptitude questions (e.g. math achievement test data for students in grades 1-3). Optimally the data set(s) would already include the item difficulties calibrated using the original sample, but that is not a requirement.
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