Why is the world’s most powerful country spending so much money on preschool education?
After all, preschoolers are more likely to be obese, more likely have low self-esteem, and to smoke than their peers.
The United States spends almost $3,000 per child in public preschool and about $5,500 per child at private preschools.
And, it’s not just for poor kids who need help with self-regulation.
For some kids, the government spends $25,000 a year on their preschool, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute.
And that includes both federal and state spending.
The report found that the federal government spent about $25 billion on preschool programs in 2012, more than any other country.
So why is the U.S. spending so heavily on preschool?
Because the United States has the highest per-capita per-child spending on preschool in the world, the report found.
And the United Kingdom, the U and Canada are the most expensive countries in terms of per-student spending.
The United States spent nearly $2,000 on preschool, and more than half of that came from the federal budget.
That is an average of about $10,000 for every American child in 2012.
The report, which analyzed data from 2012, found that federal spending on all children in the U, and for the federal and local governments, is nearly $6,000.
But that’s just a small fraction of the total spending in the country.
The U.K., for instance, spent $3.6 trillion on preschools and nearly half of it was federal spending.
So the U:s per-pupil spending was more than twice the U’s.
Canada spent about half of the federal funds and spent about the same as the U;s per capita spending.
But spending per-school-age children in Canada is almost $1,000 higher.
For the United Nations, the spending on the U is about $6 billion per year.
But it’s only about $1.5 billion for every U child in the nation.
The total per-person spending in Canada was about $13,000 in 2012 and about half that in the UnitedS.
The spending in China was about the opposite.
For some countries, such as France, spending is lower because the U spends less on education and the federal system has more autonomy.
But in most of those countries, spending per child is lower.
And spending per capita is higher.
The U.N. spends $3 billion a year to educate children, and the per-participant cost is less than in the rest of the world.
So, it is spending less than the rest, but still spending more than most.