Author(s): Nicolaou Christiana*
Access to quality education is a fundamental right that lays the foundation for an individual's future success and contributes to societal progress. However, ensuring equitable access to basic educational facilities remains a challenge in many parts of the world. This review article examines the spatial dimensions of equity in educational spaces, specifically focusing on the provision of basic facilities. By analyzing the disparities in the distribution of facilities such as classrooms, libraries, sanitation, and technology, this article aims to shed light on the complexities of achieving educational equity and suggests strategies for creating more inclusive learning environments.