@The Pentacle Queen,
Steady there...that could be a line from "the messiah" aka coberst !
Technically, that question gives rise to the immediate problem of anthropomorphization of "society". i.e. Whatever "wisdom" is, its domain of application is normally at the level of "the individual". You need to establish that psychological
attributes can be affected by sociological
forces in order to proceed, and that can be as difficult as discussing for example how physical
laws affect biological
Generally though, if the question can be asked in the form "is the goal of the education system to promote individual wisdom ?, I would say the answer is no. It is to fulfil the practical needs of society. Lip service is now paid to the promotion of individual interests (relative to previous time), but this is more a political issue involving schools reducing unemployment figures rather than a pedagogical one.