- Adults, general public, 30 OECD countries, 1997-2001
- N = 45000
- Non Response
- not reported
- Interview: face-to-face
- Authors's Label
- Educational mobility
- Our Classification
- Data: PISA 2003 student performance data in Mathematics and the information on family background.
- Range= -57,74-2,41
- Intergenerational transmission of education: Dependency of student's educational attainment of her parents'education. Educational mobility is approximated by the difference between the mean student test score in the high-education-family-background-subsample and that in the medium-level-of-parental-education-subsample.
Negative values indicate educational immobility, values close to zero denote educational mobility.
Observed Relation with Happiness
Educational mobility goes with more happiness