We often worry our children are going to grow up and be ignoramuses (and surely that's incorrect grammar, which just further justifies my concerns).
Early in my marriage I fortunately changed a negative habit I had of some types of nagging. How did I do this? Whenever I have an urge to tell my husband or children to do improve in some way, I just (Byron Katie it!) flip it around and make it about myself instead. For example, "I'm concerned about your spiritual development" becomes "I'm concerned about my spiritual development." And "You should go to shul" becomes "I should improve my own tefila." "You should be learning more Torah" is actually not about them, it would be about me. And once it's about me, that's easy enough to remedy.
Every time you are worried that your child will grow up not learning Torah, pull out a sefer and learn something yourself. You'll realize that you can learn a lot as an adult. Then you won't worry so much. Plus, you'll have learned something, which will probably be on your mind, and you'll more likely discuss it with your kids, and poof! they learned Torah.