More than 1,100 preschoolers have died as a result of pneumonia or other health problems, according to a new study.
The study, which looked at the deaths of kindergarteners in three states, found that more than 3,400 kindergartens nationwide had closed in the past 10 years due to overcrowding.
This means that in 10 years, the number of kindergarters in the United States could fall to a record low of just 5,000.
As part of the report, the authors looked at a list of preschools in the U-S.
and compared them to other countries.
In the United Kingdom, which has the world’s largest kindergarten population, the researchers found that 3,848 kindergartes have closed due to “high costs and an inability to meet expectations for quality.”
In contrast, in the Czech Republic, where the kindergarten population is less than 5,600, the study found that fewer than 500 kindergartees had closed due as a direct result of the country’s high cost of living.
“The findings are not surprising,” said Kristin Ochs, a lead author of the study.
“In many ways, the United, and especially the U and Canadian governments, have not done enough to help the country recover from the pandemic.”
The researchers also found that while the United State has had a relatively healthy kindergarten population for the past 20 years, it is not in the top 10 countries in terms of kindergarten closings.
Among the countries that did not have a kindergarten closure were Israel, Australia, Poland, Belgium, and the Czech republic.
While the United states is not the only country experiencing an unprecedented number of kindergarten closures, Ochsen said it is the most concerning in terms on the number.
According to the researchers, this is because the closure of a kindergarten has the potential to make the kids’ learning experience less enjoyable and less enjoyable for others.
It can also make the kindergarten less safe, she said.
For example, when a kindergartener enters a kindergarten and finds that someone has already been locked out, the parents may think the kindergartners are the ones who need to be locked out.
If a kindergarten is not safe for kids, it can lead to problems down the line, said Ochstein.
“The whole community becomes isolated and depressed.”
For the study, the investigators looked at children in kindergarten from January 2007 through January 2019.
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