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With apologies to Jeff Foxworthy

If you bothered to enroll in school or pay tuition, you might be signaling.

If you worry about failing the final exam, but not subsequently forgetting what you learned, you might be signaling.

If you don’t think cheating is “only cheating yourself,” you might be signaling.

If you seek out “easy A’s,” you might be signaling.

If you rejoice when teachers cancel class, you might be signaling.

Feel free to add to the list in the comments.  If your entry is striking enough, I’ll add it (and an endnote of gratitude) to The Case Against Education.

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