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for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 25 Issue 4, September 1967
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North Carolina's public schools are seeing dramatic changes. Along with the merging of administrative units has come an increasing awareness for the elimination of school districts and district committees. Additionally, there is a substantial increase in pupil enrollment, while competition for tax dollars is putting pressure on finding funds to education children.
When the North Carolina General Assembly convened in July of 1967, it had created not one, but four new university campuses separated and apart from the Consolidated University of North Carolina. Attaining new status were East Carolina University, West Carolina College, Appalachian State Teachers College, and North Carolina Agriculture and Technical College.