I really wish philosophy was as much a part of education as math, science, and English. It's at the core of humanities studies but gets cast aside as useless or what have you, even though studies say otherwise
. I think it would put things like multiculturalism and moral relativism under a much clearer lens. Even a lot of academics that I know are seem completely oblivious to epistemic problems that they are entrenched in. Sadly, I don't think I'll ever see the day where philosophy is taught in schools, if anything because it could lead to overly liberal thought and an aversion to 'faith.'
I know this post is poorly written; I have a lot of work on my plate today.