I kind of wonder the same. On the other hand, they seem to trust the faculty a lot now, so the impact of it would be diminished. It would have been great if they'd done it earlier.Just dumb luck then that the kids didn't know harm from learning they were only there because they were at risk of becoming villains. I still wonder if Gage will confront the teachers that the kids know why they are here?
And that's something (rather than assimilating them into AA) that I can see Cap considering... introducing these kids who've been sequestered by Cyke to the wider world. That's basically the Avengers stand on mutants: they're happy to have them as part of the team and support them against any mutant-haters, as part of the team. Their contribution to mutant rights is to make mutants look like normal superheroes. I wouldn't call it assimilation as assimilation has nasty connotations sometimes. Were Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch "assimilated"? I'd say they were more just accepted outside their own minority circles. Their mutancy wasn't belittled.So you're advocating assimilation of mutants into the community. That's a fair view. But Cyclops has the opposite view and wants the mutants to all stick together. I'm not adverse to mutants growing up with other super humans, it's just that if you followed Scott's law, mutants have to stick together for mutual protection. (My interpretation would also include mutual destruction, if they are all in one place)