Lazy students, teachers turn to Twitter to avoid finals

So this is a thing, now.

Across the Twitterverse this week, high school and college kids are making deals with their professors and teachers, who are supposed to be in the business of educating students.

The students approach the teachers to get them to let the kid out of finals if the kid gets people to retweet the announcement on Twitter.

In this case, it’s a football player in Moorhead.

The young man might well be an “A” student, but teachers send a terrible message with this stuff. Because if there’s one thing America needs, it’s more kids graduating with a specialty in retweeting.

Maybe this is the one that should be retweeted: