Before we leave the topic of education in civics and the US Constitution, I'd like to make one other observation. Education in the US at all levels is now hurried. 'Good' parents now insist on getting their children into school at the earliest moment, keep them busy with scheduled activities at all times, have them take all AP courses imaginable, get them into the best colleges (resorting to bribery if necessary), and want them to complete a Bachelor's degree in three years or less. This schedule means that the young people have no time for knowledge to settle in and become wisdom.
I am in the middle of re-reading the early CJ saga and am currently in Travels. César and Brett showed their real love of CJ by making him take the summer off. My experience tells me that sometimes the old adage about 'less haste--more speed' is true.