Aphorisms – School

Intelligence makes us possible to get along in life without school. On the other hand it seems that school can enable someone to get along without using his/her intelligence.

Who has never been at university may be able to rob a carriage but someone with a university degree can steel the whole railway company.

The role of education is to teach how we can educate ourselves.

The Romans wouldn’t have had time to conquer the world if they had had to learn Latin.

The role of education is to lead us towards the development of a healthy sense of humour.

Why it’s really worth attending a university is that this is the only way we can find out that a university degree means nothing.

The secret of success in education is the respect for the students.

School shouldn’t prepare us for life, it should be life itself.

A modest teacher says it. A better one shows us. An exceptional one makes us think,

Is it possible that the students of today get the advice of yesterday for the problems of tomorrow? It’s terrible even to imagine the results of this.

The goal of education is not knowledge, but action.

We as a nation can’t develop faster as our education develops. Human mind is our most important resource.

What’s bad in school is that it doesn’t teach you how to deal with time.

One purpose of school is to make us feel when we should feel fear.

The act of teaching is just to raise interest and curiosity in the students, which they can later satisfy.

The sense of education is that we stay in a stage of continuous curiosity.

it sounds good.
Hmm!! Nice.
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cool and more is better ^_^
i liked it... "Why it’s really worth attending a university is that this is the only way we can find out that a university degree means nothing." its true!
Don't you think you are a bit too radical?
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The aphorism I selected sounds to be true for most Indian universities!!!
* Education is the scientific exchange of ignorance. Leonid S. Sukhorukov (Book of 400 aphorisms by Leonid S. Suykhorukov "All About Everything", UK, 2005)
* No matter how long you teach a fool, he still knows everything. Leonid S. Sukhorukov (Book of 400 aphorisms by Leonid S. Suykhorukov "All About Everything", UK, 2005)