None of those are considered rights.
However the government stands to gain by making sure a large percentage of it's citizens are educated as opposed to illiterate.
Every industrialized nation has some programs to help the poor, sick, and elderly. With FDR's new deal came compassionate programs such as minimum wage, social security, unemployment, welfare, and Medicare.
Essentially the federal and state government attempts to provide a floor for it's downtrodden citizens.
The alternative to government programs is having every man and woman fend for them self. Many of today's leaders and most citizens have benefited from getting a free public education through their formative and high school years. Even with that we're ranked fairly low compared to countries' educational levels.
I imagine if there were no public school system we much worse off. If one were to figure out exactly how much of their property tax, sales tax, and income tax went into these programs as opposed to roads, police, fire, and other services they would realize if they kept the money it would not improve their overall living standard.
Not many of us could say: "If I didn't have to pay whatever my percentage of taxes (that goes to schools and food programs) I'd be rich!" Some people hate the idea of giving a dime to anyone else.
To them I'd say: "Tin man, Lets go see if we can find you a heart."
What makes the system work is taxes on several millions of citizens.
I'm grateful to have had a free public education, access to free libraries, and from time to time when I've needed it unemployment was there until I found another job. We give billions of dollars in aid to other countries. I see nothing wrong with helping people at home.
Only 6 cents out of every tax dollar goes toward providing welfare services. That's not exactly a major sacrifice for most of us.