Editorial: By pursuing unpaid debt, Ivy Tech saves taxpayers

There is a great deal of compassion for those who seek to better themselves through a college education only to be confronted by the burdensome expenses that go with the experience.

Student loan debt was one of the central themes in the recent presidential election as candidates repeatedly raised the specter of college graduates starting their careers tens of thousands of dollars in debt.

Indeed, total amount of debt from student loans has reached the stratospheric levels of credit-card debt and mortgage loans.

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