Yes, education is a fundamental right. Every person deserves to have a chance at an education, (K through 12), so that they have a chance of having a successful career and life. There will surely be people who will throw their right to an education away, but everyone should be able to make that choice.
When you look at what's changing the world, it's the future and maybe even the current generation. And what defines these generations? Education. If we don't educate these generations carefully and successfully, then how can a bunch of uneducated people save the world from it's current state, which isn't pretty.
I believe that the right to an education is a fundamental human right. I feel that every person should be given a chance to be able to educate themselves. For a long stretch of history, the only people who were allowed to learn to read and write were the wealthy.
Many students and people of all ages would like to have an opportunity to increase their knowledge. Most of these people aren't able to obtain their goal to get education even after high school because of financial needs. Education is fundamental because to have a good job you need education and to have education you need a job to gain money.
Personally, I believe that education is a fundamental right. Education brings one in demand. Without education, we not be informed the fundamental ongoing issues. In this 21st century, education has played a very strong role in our lives. We are being judged without education, thus creating an 'us versus them' in the society.
Yes, because if it wasn't for school we wouldn't learn anything that we know now, and why would we not care about education? If this opportunity wouldn't happen or appear in our lives we wouldn't learn anything. We want to get a job or be famous, we have to work for that and go to school and get a education. We need to become successful at doing something.
I believe Americans should have the right to vote. With that being said, I feel that before they vote, they are entitled to know what the issues differences are between the candidates they are choosing between. They also need to understand why either side of an issue feels that it is the best way for the country to move forward. I consider this education and I feel it is the government's responsibility to provide this education to the public.
There are people in this world who are not of high social or economic backgrounds. Likewise, there are people who are of very high class backgrounds, both social and economic. Additionally, there are people who are of the middle-class. The point of education is to allow children and teenagers the ability to seek higher positions in the world, and to make life better for themselves and their families. There is absolutely no reason that a child that is willing to learn and work hard to support him/herself should not be given the opportunity to do so.
Education is part of life, we all know that in order to excel in a particular field one has to gain knowledge first then use that knowledge to achieve goals.
Unfortunately many children are deprived from education, mainly because of financial issues, either from their household or the country. This ultimately depraves them from their education right.
I believe that education is a FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT ! - Knowledge is Power.
Education is something that everyone needs in order to have a remote chance in this world. Reading, for example, is vital to any manner of success in the world today. Education drives creativity and encourages the betterment of one's situation. People deserve to learn because without knowing the mistakes of our past, we are doomed to repeat them.
According to the US Supreme Court, the right to an education is NOT a fundamental right, therefore our national government has no right to stipulate any standards, large or small, for education. It is to be left entirely up to the states and local districts to educate. Your zip-code and those who own homes, determine the quality, or lack thereof, of education. It may be a right, under the equal protection clause, but it is not a fundamental right, with strict scrutiny, that our Constitution, along with our Supreme Court, believes in.