- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Human rights and equality in education: Introduction
- One Public rights and private schools: state accountability for violations of rights in education
- Two The dynamics of regulating low-fee private schools in Kenya
- Three Education at the margins: the potential benefits of private educational initiatives for disadvantaged groups
- Four Calling the farce on minority schools
- Five The challenge of Afrikaans language rights in South African education
- Six Women and education: the right to substantive equality
- Seven Equality and the right to education: let’s talk about sex education
- Eight Conceptualising and enforcing the right to quality education for minorities and disadvantaged groups: reflections on the Campaign for Fiscal Equity litigation
- Nine From the classroom to the courtroom: litigating education rights in South Africa
- Ten Human rights and equality in education: Conclusion
Comparative perspectives on the right to education for minorities and disadvantaged groups
- Human Rights and Equality in Education
- Sandra Fredman, Meghan Campbell, Helen Taylor
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