This is what got me through the state school system. Have to say, my secondary school teachers were mostly sound, but primary school was the wymynz' club and as a boy you knew you were going to be treated differently to the girls; arguably the whole curriculum is set up to favour girls, for example pointless history segments on domestic living (and the 'diversity' of Egypt, but that's another agenda) rather than what we should be learning which is the failures of the past so they are not repeated.
I never got stressed by exams as I always saw it as a game and to be honest quite enjoyed seeing the favoured (admittedly intelligent, not being mean it's not their fault) girls losing it over an exam. Some of my female teachers saw my and other boys' relative success as an inconvenience to their agenda, and we all knew it. Feminism is the cancer rotting civilisation away, it's that simple.
Teachers aren't all bad...I would like to credit one Australian teacher I had who had no time for PC and took the best boys from his maths class and gave us next year's material ahead of time. Then next year, a different teacher insisted we follow the curriculum for that year even though we'd already finished most of it :( #workdoesntpay #whytryharder
Also an honourary mention for the teacher who during a PSE (social ed) lesson shut the door and gave our all white class* a rant on the diversity agenda saying roughly "if 10 of you apply for a job and 1 is black, he's going to get it. That's just the way it is with political correctness" - you absolute shitlord, haha.
*where I live is almost all white, not because we're 14 worders (quite the opposite - labourland), but because our place isn't attractive to the economic migrants masquerading as refugees. ssssh don't tell anyone, the government really wants migrants to enrich here and Scotland but so far can't pay them enough to move here. I say fine by me.