In this study, we researched about: Where do the education facilities are located within the city of Kabul. Next, defined the access and accessibility for each individual one of them respectively by taking into consideration of the city planning standards of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Next, analyze the accessibility rate to education facilities within the municipal area of the Kabul city. Next goes one level down and assessed the accessibility rate in the residential areas of the city only. In the same stud we also investigated the access to the education facilities in formal and informal areas of the city to find do it is right that the access to the education facilities in the formal residential areas of the city is more than the informal residential areas or no. In other words, we tried to find how fair do the existing education facilities are distributing in the residential areas in Kabul city. The study has been undertaken based on the analysis of the geo-spatial data, through ArcGIS and Microsoft Excel software. In short, the result of study revealed the unfair distribution of the education facilities in Kabul city. Based on our calculation the accessibility rate to education facilities in the city of Kabul is as low as 19%. In the residential areas this number increases to about 58%. Our study also showed that most of the residential areas that currently have access to the education facilities are the formal areas of the city where the accessibility rate in formal areas were calculated as 74% while this number is as low as 50% for the informal residential areas of the city.