Very few school children learn about the value of money and how to look after it, yet this is a critical life skill that should be taught as part of the school curriculum. Do you agree or disagree?
It has been argued that a handful of pupils know about the value of money and how to use it wisely. I agree with the statement that it being a critical skill must be taught to learners as a part of their syllabus. In this way, they will not be extravagant and can be good planners.
To begin with, pupils are immature, and they do not know the worth of money. If they are taught money management skills in schools as a part of their syllabus; then, they will not become spendthrifts, and they will spend money wisely. To exemplify it, taking a tiny amount from students of their daily pockets money and depositing it in a mini bank and giving them initially after a week, can motivate them to save money and they can buy necessary items with that money. In this way, they can be good planners, and they can also build their careers as financial advisors in their later periods of life.
On the other hand, it is depreciated by others that nippers will feel a burden on their mind and they will become miser to collect more money. However, this is half true. Because the ultimate aim is teaching them to avoid spending lavishly and save for rainy days. As is ever said that a penny is earned, a penny is saved. In the future, it will help them in making a balance in their life, and they will have no need to rely on the mercy of others. Consequently, it is conducive for them.
In conclusion, in consideration of the above analysis, it is ostensible that instructing school children about managing their finances is helpful for them to turn them into wise financial advisors in their career, and they will be able to spend on things wisely and will not confront hard days in their life.
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