On Mathematics StackExchange for a particular instance, it is highly recommended that questioners mark up their questions using $\LaTeX$. A surprising number of mathematicians and student mathematicians are perfectly happy to admit that they don't know $\LaTeX$ and are not planning on learning it.
To me, that is an attitude which is beginning to make less and less sense as time marches on. Perhaps 12 or 15 years ago $\LaTeX$ was not necessarily the best option, but now we have such convenient and (fairly) high-quality tools like MathJax, it appears to me that for a mathematician not to want to learn $\LaTeX$ is akin to an English student not prepared to learn how to use a word processor.
What is the general opinion of people in the educational and academic sphere: is it feasible, desirable and / or possible to make it a general requirement for a degree in mathematics, or physics, or even engineering, to attend a short module on developing fluency in basic $\LaTeX$ of some description?
I understand that certain word commercial processors may have extensions which allow the generation of inline mathematics, which themselves use a compiler that builds some interim $\LaTeX$ code, but these tend to be cumbersome and unwieldy, and can cause unnecessary bloat, and have considerable limitations.