As I college student, I would love for the monetary value of school to be "decreased", but eliminating tuition in entirety will devastate us. Who will pay for facilities? What about events on campuses? Upkeep? Security? I believe it needs revision along with the way we teach an education. We learn material in such a stringent way. At most times, students are not challenged to think for themselves, question material, and learn to apply information to their lives meaningfully. Ultimately a degree is meaningless if you get a job in the field and can't do it. We need to focus more on practical exercises for jobs students will encounter in the workplace. Replicate what it means to have a certain job in a class room setting and know the different components of it. This will justify the value of the typical tuition. However, in the interim, students loans need to be revised and tuition should go down especially for schools who are practically stealing money from students. You pay them and get stress in return.