Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
" Be Good and Do Good "
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
As we reach higher classes, we have a false perception that asking questions can invite trouble or anger of the teacher. Some of us would have felt, if I ask a question, then others would mock us and we would be the laughing stock of the class. Some of us would have access to tuitions where we would clarify the doubts.
Most of us, as adults would have been to presentations related to work or at scientific sessions at conference. If you recollect, Ironically the speaker or the chairperson would state in the opening remark that, we encourage the audience to ask questions and we would be glad to answer them. I think, we should start this at the school level also.
Some students just enjoy the class, they are really not interested much in studies and asking questions, so they would be repenting for not asking at the right time. So different students have different perceptions about asking questions.
Do what inspires you !!