This book is premised on education in Zimbabwe, particularly the challenges inherent in developing democratic habits amongst the young learners in search for a wider democratic polity. The micropolitics of schools and the macropolitics are explored, and a view posited that human rights and quality education thrusts may co-exist. A linkage between the schools'' micropolitics and the macropolitics is firmly established. The implications of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 12.1 are brought to the foe and the student voice solicited within the educational process as a democratic building measure. The endemic culture of political violence is noted and the question posed as to whether that should be Zimbabwe''s future and heritage.