Right to Education
Everyone has the right to education and basic education is compulsory. The State has a duty to guarantee primary and secondary education free of charge. The State must ensure access to education (sufficient number of functioning educational institutions), accessibility (both physical and economic), quality and appropriateness (adjusted to the changing needs of society and pupils).
Example: After the administrative reform and the reorganisation of the school network, the existing primary school is abolished, but students are offered to continue their studies at the educational institution of the nearest city. In such a case, the municipality would be obliged to provide free transport for the pupils.