Crisis in Education
By Christopher Munroe
He was too cool for school.
But too legit to quit.
And this, in a nutshell, was the crux of his dilemma.
Would he stay, and lose the cool he’d worked so hard to cultivate, or quit, and in quitting be delegitimized in front of his peers? Quitters never win, but would caring about such victory damage his unflappable personae?
Somebody had to let him know.
Should he stay, or should he go?
In the end, he made no choice at all, and was expelled in a hail of scandal and bitter recrimination.
No longer cool, nor legit.