At the moment we are able to meet the pay demands of teachers, so it hasn't come to that. If teachers walk off the job demanding a pay increase that the government cannot financially cover, what do you think are our options for continuing to provide people with their "right" to education"? I've already stated I'm well aware that many nations happily restrict their citizens rights. That doesn't stop them from being rights. I honestly don't think its that hard of a concept. The only rights that a human can logically argue they have are those which do not rely on the labour of others. You don't need anyone else or even to be a member of a society to be able have freedom of thought/expression/religion. In fact living outside of a society is probably the easiest way to practice your basic human rights tbh. Education, housing, police protection and all that jazz are privileges we get access to by agreeing to give up some of our rights and joining a society.