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My TLDR conclusions from the answers are that: Norway (government and private) spends $29,726 PPP adjusted on child care per enrolled toddler annually. This applies to all other countries with entries in Table B2.3, which notably does not include the US. The US number appears to be government spending per toddler (not necessarily enrolled). Private spending ...


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As I suspect this is your real question, the NYT graph appears flawed as a USA vs Norway comparison in the following sense: Data for Norway appears pulled from that B2.3 graph in jeffronicus' answer, which is about educational programs, not childcare ISCED 01 refers to early childhood educational development services, typically aimed at children under age ...


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Following the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) links in the story, these numbers appear to be not generated by the New York Times, but straight from OECD's "Indicator B2. How do early childhood education systems differ around the world?" See column 6 in Table B2.3 "Financing of early childhood education and care (...


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