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The people of eastern North Carolina look to East Carolina College, the state's fastest growing and third largest public institution, to bring about better understanding between the urban and rural segments of society. East Carolina College is poised to be a leading state university, already organized into six schools and in the fall enrolling the largest freshman class in North Carolina college/university history.
Leo Jenkins intuited eight factors stunted the growth of education, the arts, and individuals. Jenkins posited an origin was public schools’ inadequate development of English language skills. Chancellor Jenkins perceived impediment’s continuation in universities’ dearth of privatization. A yield of such, to Jenkins’ estimation, was the struggle to personally progress throughout life.