LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- There's been a big push to teach personal finance classes in school. Other nations, such as Australia and the UK, have made it mandatory.

One group, the U.S. Consumer Protections Bureau has recommended teaching financial education in grades k-12.

They believe it will push the U.S. to the forefront in the global fight against financial illiteracy.

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