Vouchers and grants are not the only ways to attract teens and young adults to engage in political discourse. A bold and long-overdue reform of the education sector would certainly strike a chord and get students' attention. The current system simply isn't working, neither for students nor for teachers. Parrot-like memory work is prioritized over critical thinking and mature debating, and the consequences are, unfortunately, there for all to see. As Einstein rightly put it: "Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of minds to think." The ball is now in the PN's court to set forth a clear and plausible plan on how to achieve this radical shift in mentality. Big electoral gaps are narrowed by big (and practical) ideas, not petty tweaks.