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Sharon Taylor (left) leads her pre-school class through an e-book during a Head Start preschool class in Akron for three to five-year-olds. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
Sharon Taylor leads her pre-school class through an e-book during a Head Start preschool class in Akron for three to five-year-olds. The book is written by Robert Munch and titled, "Something Good." (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
Pre-schooler- Doryan Sharpe, 5, of Akron, takes pictures using an iPod during a Head Start preschool class. Students also use the iPods to follow e-books with earphones. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
CLEVELAND: In his speech Thursday night accepting the Republican nomination, Donald Trump stretched the facts on numerous occasions, got them right in other cases and cherry-picked data to make his case for the presidency. The speech was accompanied by 282 footnotes, primarily from mainstream media outlets and government sources, to support his claims.