Bell Curve of Enlightenment

In relation to “Texas A&M prof gets fed up with misbehaving students who ‘lack honour and maturity’ and fails the entire class“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows (reproduced with permission):

I still stand with Gandhi, who said “the means are the ends.” One must do one’s best. That’s really all that’s important in teaching, and in life. If you’re trying your best, the outcomes will sort themselves out. Usually, it’s a bell curve of enlightenment.

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