Volume 12 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
State guarantees of the right to education as an element of a social state: a constitutional-comparative analysis
Valery K. Dovgyalo, Mariya A. Larionova, Olga A. Burkina, Galia G. Mikhaleva, Alevtina E. Novikova
Keywords: right to education, social state, constitution, state guarantees
This article presents a comparative constitutional analysis of guaranteeing the right to education in various states. As international experience has shown, discrimination and segregation in education can lead to serious negative consequences, not only in the life of an individual (marginalization, poverty, impossible participation in society and the protection of their rights), but also of society and the state in general (revolutions, world wars, low economic development, etc.). Modern states, recognizing the importance and significance of education as one of the highest values of natural human nature, in the framework of international cooperation, have actually undertaken to recognize the right of each citizen to access education, and guarantee this right at the constitutional level. Therefore, the authors intend to consider various approaches in different states, the constitutional consolidation of the right to education. The corresponding approach corresponds to the idea of the social state as a modern tendency of the state development.
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