Education is a right, not a privilege. The right to learn, the right to know, and the right to grow and develop, are embedded into the phenomenon of education; while skills sprout out of one’s self-worth and innate potential. There is not a human that does not possess the capacity to learn and become educated. Nevertheless, traditions and biases are consistently darkening this glow of fact concerning human beings. Because of this artifical bend and curvature, societies the wolrd over have got wedges driven between peoples of all ages, thereby making the factor of privilege to shrewedly permeate in all hitherto societies and cultures: (civilizations); and thus, the clashes of peoples and civilizations.
Andrew B. J.