In the answers to this question, it's suggested that one of the most common things that CS graduates still need to learn to be employable developers is revision control, and by inference that many CS graduates don't learn how to use it while at university.
This surprised me, because on my CS* course we started using revision control (git) on literally the first day of the course, and a lot of the work we did during our degrees would have been much more difficult without it.
Taking this claim at face value, if knowledge of revision control is both a) useful during the degree and b) desirable afterwards, why don't more universities teach students to use it?
I understand that this could be seen as primarily opinion based so, if possible, I'd be particularly interested to see actual reasons given by the institutions themselves or people who teach CS (particularly software engineering) courses.
*I should clarify that my course was in actuality a Computing degree (BEng) and so contained more practical components than others may do.