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SHOULD LITERACY BE CONSIDERED A CIVIL AND LEGAL RIGHT? DR.JOSEPH NWOYE SHARES HIS VIEW

There is not a single mention of education in the U.S. Constitution. The United States Constitution DOES NOT GUARANTEE LITERACY.





There is not a single mention of education in the U.S. Constitution. The United States Constitution DOES NOT GUARANTEE LITERACY.

  • "It's important to continue fighting for education to be protected under the Constitution by litigating this issue.

  • This can create a direct path for the Supreme Court to establish a fundamental right to education and offer an opportunity to create consistency in the United States in the quality of education." Anna Nornes


DR. NWOYE STATES:

  • "YOU CANNOT LEGISLATE MORALITY."

  • "ADMINISTRATORS AND SCHOOL LEADERS SHOULD KNOW THE SCIENCE OF READING."

  • "THE SCIENCE NEEDS TO BE EMBRACED." "EDUCATION IS FUNDAMENTAL FOR DEMOCRACY."


Dr. Nwoye is the author of Cultivating a Belief System for Peace, Equity, and Social Justice for All.


Dr. Nwoye is the Institutional & Corporate Diversity Leader and Trainer at SYSTEMIC DIVERSITY and INCLUSION GROUP, comprised of members from nations around the world.


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