My first thought when I read this quote was "what a lovely font for a statement that is so simplistic as to be damaging." Yes you can be both--although the some would argue that being over dressed or over educated is better than the being inappropriately dressed or under education. Forgetting about outfits for a second, what are the ramifications of being 'overeducated'? In my opinion we should never stop learning--but whether or not that learning comes from what we understand as 'education' is a huge head-scratcher for me. I have known some of the most well-read, thoughtful people....people who are kind, make a difference in their communities, read voraciously and think deeply...and their education level is not what we have started to consider the gold standard: the terminal degree. On the other side, I have met pompous, full-of-themselves, mean-spirited, arrogant, condescending folks in my travels through higher education...and so many of these are people carry Ph.D. or Ed. D. after their names. This is a generalization of course, but there is such a push for degree inflation that we are missing the point--we want our citizenry to be learned, deep-thinkers, problem-solvers and innovators. And despite popular conception, you don't need a terminal degree to be any of these things,. Yes, education is important...but how much is necessary to acquire critical thinking, acceptance of diversity, love of learning, etc. has never been proven. So yes, Virginia, you can be overeducated.