I might be a little old fashioned but think it is a parents role possibly more than the education system (which may give advice which goes against the grain of what parents think).
As a parent, we actively involve our child in financial management of the household including reading and understanding bills, banking, budgeting, costs of products, replacing verses repair, credit verses debit, borrowing verses cash in hand etc. My parents/grandparents did the same for their own children. If a child should see their own parents as role models, then they are more likely to learn more about financial management, its challenges and pressures.
The problem is possibly we have a generation who now have young children, and where their own parents did not afford the time for the children’s benefit… and now think schools should teach children everything to prepare them for their life ahead. Learning about many of lifes experiences comes from doing it rather than looking at a screen/whiteboard.
Maybe education tools could be developed for parents…to assist in engaging with the child’s financial future.