I think the most important thing in life is learning to learn. School is nice. It's for some people. It's not for me. I have felt this way since high school. Not because I don't like to learn. I just reject the system.
Most schools are about numbers. Schools want the most students for more money. Professors want higher grades for higher status or promotion. Students want the high grades to pass, status. Somehow in all this mess education gets lost.
Some professors just don't care. They are there because at the end of the day. It's just a job. The professor doesn't want to be there. Students don't want to be there. The information being taught is pointless and most of the time outdated. Most of the time, not even related to your "major". It's a side class.
Don't get me started on a side class. aka a pointless class that is required (so the school can milk the system for government.)
I am glad I have learned to learn. I pick my sources of education. I pick my educators. From YouTube to books. It's all about me. No grades. No system. No numbers. Just learning. I don't have to worry about a professor being in a bad mood and failing me for some random reason.
Don't get me wrong, I don't know everything, and I know that they are awesome schools out there with awesome professors. You can benefit from school.
I just never fit in, and I kind of like that. I don't need a piece of paper telling me I can do something.