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Goodman's proposal became the theoretical basis for a new approach to teaching reading that would soon take hold in American schools.

The Columbia Generating Station is a 1,207 MW commercial nuclear power plant located on the Hanford Site 10 miles (16 km) north of Richland and operated by Energy Northwest, [197] [209] as the WPPSS has been known since 1998. The author of Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Lucy Calkins, often refers to cueing in her published work. A teacher in this case would encourage the child to pay more attention to what word would make sense in the sentence. Normally for a development in such an isolated area, employees would be accommodated on site, but in this case for security and safety reasons it was desirable to locate them at least 10 miles (16 km) away. It is a desert environment receiving less than ten inches (250 mm) of annual precipitation, covered mostly by shrub-steppe vegetation.The cleanup effort was focused on three outcomes: restoring the Columbia River corridor for other uses, converting the central plateau to long-term waste treatment and storage, and preparing for the future. A third of all fourth-graders can't read at a basic level, and most students are still not proficient readers by the time they finish high school. The Washington State Department of Health collaborated with the citizen-led Hanford Health Information Network to publicize data about the health effects of Hanford's operations. Before the end of the war in August 1945, the HEW built 554 buildings at Hanford, including three nuclear reactors (105‑B, 105‑D, and 105‑F) and three plutonium processing plants (221‑T, 221‑B, and 221‑U).

But while cueing was taking hold in schools, scientists were busy studying the cognitive processes involved in reading words.

By the late 1950s the reactors built during the war were approaching retirement age, and in 1957 GE commenced planning to build a new reactor that would be clean, safe and efficient, and able to generate electric power as well as produce plutonium. More than forty workers in 2014 alone reported smelling vapors and became ill with "nosebleeds, headaches, watery eyes, burning skin, contact dermatitis, increased heart rate, difficulty breathing, coughing, sore throats, expectorating, dizziness and nausea . It was the poorer readers, not the more skilled readers, who were more reliant on context to facilitate word recognition.

The War Department arranged with Federal Prison Industries for crops to be harvested by prisoners from the McNeil Island Penitentiary.Women constituted a quarter of the workforce, and the number of working wives was much higher than the national average. Originally, five boiling water reactors were authorized in March 1973, but only one, WNP‑2, [197] [210] was completed. Originally scheduled to be complete within thirty years, the cleanup was less than half finished by 2008.

The Plutonium Production Story at the Hanford Site: Processes and Facilities History (PDF) (Report). Although capable of being run at up to 4,400 MW, the AEC imposed an administrative limit of 4,000 MW on them. There was scant enthusiasm for this in Richland, [116] [117] [118] but the United States was engaged in an ideological conflict with the Soviet Union over the superiority of the American way.

In 2011 DOE, the federal agency charged with overseeing the site, "interim stabilized" 149 single-shell tanks by pumping nearly all the liquid waste out into 28 newer double-shell tanks. National reports on reading a few years later in the United Kingdom and Australia came to the same conclusion. Hutments were prefabricated plywood and Celotex dwellings capable of accommodating ten to twenty workers each.



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