School penalizes the student mildly for knowing less than the examiners, and harshly for knowing more.
Americans don’t read for pleasure; the books we are assigned in high school see to that.
Everyone wants higher standards, just not lower grades.
What audiences love and critics hate is likely vulgar; what audiences hate and critics love is likely malicious.
As Man learns, so should men be taught.
Anyone can look up anything; only what you know is truly at your disposal.
Never have so many been so eager to participate in class discussion without having done the reading.
School, n. A group of poets, painters, philosophers, economists, historians, sociologists, literary critics, or fish.
When we products of a modern upbringing were children, we spake as children, understood as children, thought as children: and when we became men, nothing changed.
School inculcates the bad habit of finishing books, as if they were assignments.