While my classes never covered the specifics of Stop and Frisk...in school, in the '80's, we were certainly taught what Miranda Rights were, why we had them, and what that meant to us.
Somewhat related, in my senior year of High School, despite having polished off all of my academic requirements, I still needed a one semester credit in the shop and home economics world to meet graduation requirements. I had already learned to touch type on an IBM Selectric and driven an electro-mechanical driver's simulator in a single-wide trailer, but that wasn't enough.
I took a class called "Independent Living." We learned how to bake a cake, prepare a resume, balance a checkbook and change a tire -- and a few things in-between. Spending 2 hours of my life on Stop and Frisk would have fit nicely into that class if Stop and Frisk was a thing in the 80's in Arizona.