Separate and Unequal: School Funding in ‘Post-Racial’ America

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a public school funding system based primarily on local property tax revenues does not violate the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause nor does it violate the right to education because, although education is an ‘important service’ it is not a fundamental right, as recognised by the U.S. Constitution.

12 كانون الثاني (يناير) 2016

Roma Early Childhood Inclusion: Special Report on Roma Inclusion in Early Childhood Education and Care

This report consists of three main chapters. The first chapter enumerates all the mechanisms contributing to the development of educational inequalities in the Czech Republic’s education system, which are summarised to provide a context for the focus of this report—the ECEC of Roma children.

Comité des droits de l'enfant - Observation générale No.6: Traitement des enfants non-accompagnés et des enfants séparés en dehors de leur pays d'origine

Cette Observation générale 6 du Comité des droits de l'enfant interprète la Convention relative aux droits de l'enfant en ce qui concerne le traitement des enfants non accompagnés et séparés en dehors de leur pays d'origine. Les paragraphes 41 à 43 et 63 et 90 font référence au droit à l'éducation.