Norwegian parents are satisfied with their day care centers

kindergartens boy child toy toysA boy offers a girl a toy in kindergarten. Photo: Kasman / pixabay.com
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Three out of four parents respond that their children are doing well in their daycare, according to a new study. Parents with children in private kindergartens are most satisfied.

This is stated in a survey Norstat has conducted for EPSI Norway.

Municipal kindergartens receive a score of 75.2 out of 100 in 2019, while private kindergartens scored 80.6. This year too, private kindergartens are doing the best, which has been the case since 2010.

The kindergarten sector as a whole receives a score of 78 this year. This is somewhat lower than in 2018 (78.8) and 2017 (79.5). A score above 75 indicates a high level of satisfaction.

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