Data on education needs to be gathered regularly in order to monitor the right to education and assess the progressive realisation of the right to education. Check if the data is disaggregated by primary / secondary / tertiary education level, gender, region, rural / urban, minority, income and disability type. Are disaggregated data disaggregated again by other relevant categories in order to address multiple discrimination?

Human Rights Standards: 

Article 13, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Article 28, Convention on the Rights of the Child; Article 17 (2), (Revised) European Social Charter; Article 13, Protocol of San Salvador; Article 11, African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child; Article 13, African Youth Charter; Article 41 (2), Arab Charter; Article 4, UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education

Levels and Types of Education: 
Policy Processes and Governance: 
Types of Indicator: 
Levels of disaggregation: 
Race, ethnicity, caste, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, place of residence, indigenous or autochthons, prior attainment, place of residence, parental profession, parental level of education, bottom/top quintile