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Education has long been considered the path to professional and financial success. It’s true that higher levels of education correspond with lower unemployment and higher earnings. But, a combination of sharp tuition increases and comparatively slow wage growth has created an environment in which many U.S. college graduates struggle to pay off their debt. As the 2020 presidential election approaches, whether or not to make public colleges and universities tuition-free has become a hot topic in the Democratic primaries.