Back in the 1960s, when the movement began for a two-year community college for this area, there were two obstacles to high school graduates continuing their educations at a college. One was the cost. The second was a lack of motivation from home for a higher education, which in some cases may have been tied to cost.
Then voters approved the formation of the East Central College District, tax-supported, and the most forward advancement in education in this area in 75 years or more.
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