I wish I could quit this show. Other people have demonstrated amply that it's not really doing what it thinks it is in terms of highlighting kids who are on the outside, so I'm not gonna go there. My love for Sue Sylvester is infinite, but it's actually gotten to the point where I'm rooting for her evil self (as opposed to appreciating her comedic value in the show) because I really think that Will Schuester is a terrible teacher. It's one thing to learn with and from your students, and quite another to be giving them terrible advice at the beginning of every episode because you're learning the exact same lessons that they are at the exact same time that they are. The immaturity of the students is expected and a reasonable part of the story. That their teacher should also have that maturity level is annoying, especially when he's constantly referred to as an excellent teacher. He may be very good at teaching them the fundamentals of music and dance off-screen or something, but I think that he's not doing a very good job of providing the emotional support that the everyone on the show thinks he's so wonderful for providing. Sue certainly doesn't really treat her students any better, but at least everyone is honest about her techniques.