The United States spends about $1.3 trillion annually on child care and preschool education, a staggering amount compared to other developed countries.
And according to a new study from the Pew Research Center, the U.S. spends roughly half as much on preschool education as the U,S.
government spends on its military.
But while the U of A spent nearly $7,500 on preschool in 2016, the total spent by the U as a whole was $24,000.
And while the total spending by the government for preschool education was $7.2 billion, the average U.K. preschooler spent $1,300 per month.
That means that a preschooler in the U is more likely to attend preschool than a preschool child in the UK.
And as a result, it seems that Americans spend a lot more time watching TV on a tablet than their peers in the country.
In an attempt to explain why this is the case, researchers at the Pew Center for the Study of Education and the Workforce compiled a list of the most popular shows in the United States for preschoolers.
They found that the top shows were The Big Bang Theory, Family Guy, The Simpsons, and South Park.
The study concluded that Americans tend to watch shows like The Big Bad Wolf and The Simpsons more than children in other countries.