Access to education is used to outline the ability of people in the society to have equal chances and opportunities in education. These equal opportunities are presented to all society members regardless of their social class, gender, ethnic background, or mental and physical disability. For this reason, educational institutions tend to adopt various pedagogical approaches that enhance knowledge dissemination across the diversity of the social, biological, economic, cultural and national backgrounds. In regard to the question, if all people have equal access to education, I would say no. This is because on a global scale, not all children have access to education due to the high level of poverty. Additionally, there is still a high number of uneducated adults globally which implies that access to education is not equal; thus, there are people who have access to education more than others.