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By the Numbers: D.C. Schools

POSTED: 11:51 AM ET, 04/25/2008 by The Editors

A new report on DC. public schools underscores the lack of racial diversity in the system, finding that more than 200 of the 234 public and charter schools are more than 90 percent African American or Hispanic. Seven of the schools are majority white. The report, by researchers at the Brookings Institution, the Urban Institute and the 21st Century Fund, was welcomed by school officials as the first reliable information about the basic demographics of the student population in the city's public and charter schools.

As part of an in-depth examination of D.C. public schools last year, The Post compiled an on-line database, where school-by-school information is available on subjects ranging from academic performance to the condition of buildings.

By The Editors |  April 25, 2008; 11:51 AM ET D.C. Region
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United States Low Enriched Uranium Facilities and Nuclear Reactor sites as compared to Iran

George Bush can not seem to protest enough and pressurize Iran enough about political sanctions and economic warfare against Iran because of Iran's two functioning peaceful low enriched uranium facilities. What the general public is not aware of is the amount of low enriched uranium produced in the United States, not considering high enriched uranium nor plutonium waste.

Iran's two functioning facilities are Natanz and Bushehr. The United States 110 functioning low and high enriched uranium facilities exist. To name just a few : Global Nuclear Fuel-Americas, LLC; Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC; Nuclear Fuel Sercives, Inc; Areva NP, Inc. BwX Technologies, Inc. Areva NP, Inc. Richland; Honeywell International, Inc.; U.S. Enrichment Corporation; U.S. Enrichment Corporation, Ohio; USEC Inc.; Louisiana Energy Services; Shaw Areva Mox Services.

Other Nuclear Reactor Sites for already fabricated low and high enriched uranium whose byproduct is one percent weapons grade plutonium include some of the following reactor names and locations: Monticello Arkansas reactor; Nine Mile Point Beaver Valley Reactor; North Anna Braidwood Reactor; Oconee Browns Ferry Reactor; Oyster Creek Brunswick Reactor; the list could continue ad infinitum. For further nuclear reactor information visit the Energy Information Administration: Official Energy Statistics from the United States Government @ www.eia.doe.gov/cn eaf/nuclear/page/at_a_glance_reactors/nuk... .

Pentagon is intent on demising the Middle East through strategic manipulations. What about the United States AGENDA?

Posted by: Stephany | April 30, 2008 12:27 AM

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