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The US Constitution does not guarantee education as a right or entitlement. That has been added by statute and regulation.

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How is education a property right?

Public education given by state law IS considered to be a property right. Both federal and state governments have an interest in "educated citizenry," since educated individuals are more capable of self-governance and contribute more fully to society. Federal government has given both the power and the duty to states in order to educate the individual. A public education is an entitlement given by the state to its citizens under state constitutional or statutory law. This is covered under Amendment X, "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States, respectively, or to the people."


What are responsibilities of the government in education?

The responsibilities of the government in education is to oversee proper education is implemented. The government has policies in place on how to successfully delivery education within the school system and provide guidance.


What is an individual right guaranteed by the NC constitution but not the us constitution?

The right to public education


Why do you think states control some things such as state funding for education and the national government control others such as foreign policy?

The federal government controls foreign affairs because the country must one policy in dealing with other countries. The states control education and marriage because the Constitution gives the states the freedom to regulate in areas that the federal government does.


What is someone who focused on government and education called?

focused on government and education what do they call these person?

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Where in the constitution does it talk about education?

The United States Constitution does not explicitly mention education, as education is primarily a responsibility of the individual states. However, the 10th Amendment reserves powers not granted to the federal government to the states, which includes education.


What level of government are responsible for education?

As provisioned by the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ("FindLaw: U.S. Constitution: Tenth Amendment," 2009), "…powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." The Tenth Amendment specifies that any authority not explicitly given to the federal government within the Constitution is then the responsibility of either the state or local governments. States within the U.S. have created a centralized system of control that pushes responsibility down to local school boards.FindLaw: U.S. Constitution: Tenth Amendment. (2009). Retrieved 27 September 2009, from FindLaw: http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/data/constitution/amendment10/


Did the framers of the US Constitution provide for adequate education for all citizens to the furthest extent possible?

No, the framers of the Constitution never seriously considered education as a matter for the Federal government. The Constitution does not mention schools or education at all. Further, most people who were citizens were not able to participate in any educational activities in most areas. Blacks, women, Native Americans, and very poor people were not included in public education anywhere until decades after the Constitution became law.


What did the 1868 South Carolina Constitution establish for the first time in state history?

The state government would fund public education.


Where is it written that state laws are responsible for education?

There is no law specifying state responsibility for education. Rather, the US Constitution's "reservation clause" reserves all rights to the states that are not explicitly claimed for the Federal government in the Constitution. The Constitution makes no federal claim to education policy. However, the Constitution does claim control over "interstate commerce." Much of the body of Federal regulation and distibution programs are empowered under the auspices of interstate commerce.


What size of government does the Republicans party want?

They want a FEDERAL government of the minimum size - and cost - required to carry out the enumerated powers of the Constitution REALLY WELL, and to do nothing - and spend nothing - prohibited by the Constitution to federal government. They want state governments of the minimum size required to carry out the government functions the Constitution reserves to states: policing, education, health insurance regulation, criminal courts.


What education is needed to be the president?

their is no education required do to the Constitution


What did the Moral Majority see as appropriate education?

Education that did not include evolution


What was the purpose of the 1970 Illinois constitution?

The people of the state of Illinois, through the Illinois Constitution of 1970, created a governmental structure to manage the public activities of the state. The primary purpose of the constitution is to transfer governing power from the people to the government.


Does the word education appear in the US Constitution?

Not directly. It's under the implied section of the Constitution.


How is education a property right?

Public education given by state law IS considered to be a property right. Both federal and state governments have an interest in "educated citizenry," since educated individuals are more capable of self-governance and contribute more fully to society. Federal government has given both the power and the duty to states in order to educate the individual. A public education is an entitlement given by the state to its citizens under state constitutional or statutory law. This is covered under Amendment X, "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States, respectively, or to the people."


What is the appropriate balance between private and public ie government activity?

There is no single answer to this question. Each country decides what is 'appropriate' in its own case, and this may differ within a country depending on what the topic is.... health, education, housing etc.