Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2020)
An examination of some factors militating against right to education in Nigeria
Author(s): Patricia Izuka Tom
Abstract: The adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Convention by Nigeria signified the country's willingness to give citizens right to education. However, the Nigerian Constitution does not provide for right to education. If right to education is eventually constitutionalised, there are other factors that could serve as impediment to the actualization of this right. This article examines these factors with the aim of canvassing for their eradication.