% of income adjusted benchmark achieved
Source: HRMI 2023 rightstracker.org
Percentage of students achieving level 3 or better on the PISA math test. Achievement levels run from 1 to 6. At Level 3, students can execute clearly described procedures, including those that require sequential decisions. Their interpretations are sufficiently sound to be a base for building a simple model or for selecting and applying simple problem-solving strategies. Students at this level can interpret and use representations based on different information sources and reason directly from them. They typically show some ability to handle percentages, fractions and decimal numbers, and to work with proportional relationships. Their solutions reflect that they have engaged in basic interpretation and reasoning.
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Education data
For the Quality of Life rights (economic and social rights), HRMI measures countries against 2 different benchmarks. You can change benchmarks by clicking the 'Switch view' button
Income adjusted: How well is the country doing compared to what we know is possible at that country's income level? Every country can achieve 100% against this benchmark if they use their available resources effectively, so any lower score tells us that improvement is needed, and is possible.
Global best: How well is the country doing compared to the rest of the world, including the wealthiest countries?
For the Quality of Life rights (economic and social rights) we have two assessment standards - two collections of indicators we use to measure the rights.
Low and middle income: Uses statistical indicators that are available for most countries in the world, particularly low and middle income countries.
High income: Uses some indicators that are primarily available for high income countries, and better reflect the human rights challenges of high income countries.