Teachers, majority of them are not financially educated; so they cannot teach how to become rich or wealthy to students. You can’t teach what you don’t know.

Teachers don’t think money is so much important because they expect the government to take care of them, through paychecks.

Majority of the teachers are too church (religious) controlled that “The love of money is the root cause of all evil”. “Lack of money is the root cause of evil.”

The privileged classes use the government ‘legalized plunder’. Today the legalized plunder of the privileged is known by terms like ‘pork, military contracts, bridges to nowhere, shovel-ready projects’. In the 1900 John D. Rockefeller one of the richest man those days with other privileged classes removed the language of money in the school-system to have more power as said ‘money is power’. The rich have the power to influence the laws of the land. That’s why there so many lobbyists offering the presidents or members of the government ‘special deals’ for support of their special interests. One of the objectives of the government “legalized plunder” through the school-system is to keep people financially ignorant.

The government doesn’t want money language to be taught in schools simply because tax payers are who put the government in control and in power, as explained in the 1850’s by the French political economist, Frederick Bastiat, stated; “Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state lives at the expense of everyone”.

The biggest corporations have power to influence laws. From the rich dad Robert Kiyosaki in his book ‘why A student work for C student and B student work for the government’ started; “The biggest corporations, from banks and pharmaceutical companies to farm conglomerates and oil companies, have the power to influence laws, all in the name of helping the people. The 401(k) and IRA retirement programs in the United States are examples of ‘legalized plunder”. This is why there is no financial education in the school-system.

It is part of big corporation business plan to keep people financially ignorant through the school system. This is exactly what the big banks and financial services industries want. Your financial ignorance is part of their grand financial plan and business. And among the objectives of the financial industry is to keep the people confused.