We Don't Need No Education
In ancient China, martial arts masters would tell their students to lengthen their own lines. In life, if one wishes to acquire skills equal to or better than those of another, that person should lengthen his or her own line, not try to succeed by cutting the lines of opponents. That is how one prevails in the struggles of life.
We were afraid that little Billy would feel badly about himself because he failed Algebra. We solved Billy’s problem by passing everyone. Now Billy is happy, although he knows no Algebra. Sally struggled in English, so we handled her dilemma wisely. We passed everyone, and now Sally is happy.