I am with Calimero because I strongly advocate small-scale education, one of the main focus points of the party. A university should not target growth, but conveying and developing knowledge. It is not a business. Whether you are a seven-ticks man or a renaissancefleet sailor, education must be student-centered at all levels. During my year in the faculty council of philosophy I noticed how much students, but also teachers profit from the small-scale character at the faculty. By employing more well-trained teaching assistants, among others, Calimero aims to reduce the group size of tutorial classes.