No one will listen to you talk about the uselessness of a prestigious education unless you have one.
One can learn quickly just enough to exasperate someone who understands the subject.
Adolescents have no opinions, only symptoms.
School doesn’t teach: it trains.
Nearly every field of human endeavor should be rescued from its admirers.
Of all the lies taught in school, the most vicious is that one ought to perform boring tasks diligently.
Clever is a great compliment to children and a gross insult to adults.
An education is frequently confused with the flotsam one picks up on the way to acquiring it.
Americans take no interest in education but are obsessed with schooling.
A pseudo-science colonizes other disciplines; a real one sticks to its last.