Consider taking a range of cases to various fora, and linking national and international action.
Campaign for new legislation enshrining the right to education and then actively bring forward cases based on the legislation to ensure that the rights are realised in practice.
If there is an ineffective enforcement of court sanctions in practice, one might argue for a court judgement that imposes enforceable and realistic sanctions, such as compliance training and a good system of monitoring.
It is important to consider the overall potential impact of a case in terms of creation of legal precedents, any deterrent effect on the state, and its effect on the community whose interests are being represented.
Go to domestic human rights committees/commissions first for a recommendation or to examine the state reports to the commission.
Litigation should form part of a wider strategy.
Select cases based on violations of internationally agreed norms and standards.