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College graduates are leaving school with an average debt of $35,000 dollars. But there's one place an increasing number of Americans are going to avoid that: Germany. In Colorado this year, 100 students are taking the German language college entrance test – the first step towards entering one of Germany’s tuition-free state universities. Jenny Brundin from Here & Now contributor Colorado Public Radio has more.

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This segment aired on April 28, 2016.

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