An indecipherable sign put up by the Bootstraps PAC catches the eye among a cluster of local campaign signs on Hwy. 54 outbound at Meadowmont in Chapel Hill, NC, on Oct. 24, 2013. The sign invites the reader to scan the lower right corner which leads to a website about childhood illiteracy in NC. Bootstraps is now running radio ads about how nearly half of Wake County’s current high school seniors didn’t pass the eighth-grade state reading exam in 2013.
An indecipherable sign put up by the Bootstraps PAC catches the eye among a cluster of local campaign signs on Hwy. 54 outbound at Meadowmont in Chapel Hill, NC, on Oct. 24, 2013. The sign invites the reader to scan the lower right corner which leads to a website about childhood illiteracy in NC. Bootstraps is now running radio ads about how nearly half of Wake County’s current high school seniors didn’t pass the eighth-grade state reading exam in 2013.
An indecipherable sign put up by the Bootstraps PAC catches the eye among a cluster of local campaign signs on Hwy. 54 outbound at Meadowmont in Chapel Hill, NC, on Oct. 24, 2013. The sign invites the reader to scan the lower right corner which leads to a website about childhood illiteracy in NC. Bootstraps is now running radio ads about how nearly half of Wake County’s current high school seniors didn’t pass the eighth-grade state reading exam in 2013.
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