Is Norway’s educational system ranked higher than any of the states?

Question by strpenta: Is Norway’s educational system ranked higher than any of the states?
Since some states are so large, I think it would be best for each to handle it according to the problems they face but I heard that even the states with children with pretty much the same background/language, are still lower in relation to other countries.
What are the better educated countries doing?
@ graywolf-yes, I was talking about American states. And I referred to Norway b/c IT was the country that ranked the highest with education-their economic status had nothing to do with what I heard.

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Answer by Greywolf
Which “states” are you comparing Norway with? States of the USA? And why are you using Norway as a comparison? You aren’t by any chance thinking Norway is an example of a poor country? Norway is filthy rich on oil, in case you didn’t know.

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c.allows society to trade by barter.
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d.has slowly lost ground to emerging command systems.
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Answer by Uili
12 a
20 c
21 d
23 c
27 d
29 d

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One comment on “Is Norway’s educational system ranked higher than any of the states?

  1. Since most countries in that part of Europe are relatively higher taxed, those that can afford to pay taxes owe it to their less affluent fellow citizens to keep their fellow country-people from falling into abject poverty.

    Having said that, aside from the mass shooting/bombing incident by an inflamed right-wing terrorist who not surprisingly attributed his beliefs to perusing radical Aryan hate-sites based in America.

    Norway’s social and government organization is steeped in socialism, something our country has had miniscule components in some selective areas of American society.

    Such as S.S. and most aspects of the social support structures within the various branches of our military are, (cough, cough) highly socialized and designed to keep the economic playing field somewhat equal aside from the pay grade discrepancies for most enlisted conscripts, officers are like the 1% within the military, they get most of the economic privileges denied to most but the most senior pay grade enlisteds.

    By comparison, one has to jump through a plethora of increasingly difficult hoops in order to merely qualify for American government necessity programs and even that isn’t guaranteed since regressive GOP governor states are having an unofficial contest between each other to see who can strip the most human rights away from their state citizens.

    Education is given a higher priority in Norway because educating everyone eliminates the dependency on government services by the marginalized people of that country because better educated people have a far easier time gaining productive employment if they’re not denied educational opportunities denied them in our American country.

    There are perhaps a handful of excuses why Americans are comparatively undereducated when compared to socialist utopias like Norway.

    1 – Too much dependency on undocumented production labor where language barriers are ideal for maximum exploitation of a compliant and easily replaced slave labor work force for low and repetitive motion skilled jobs.

    2 – Too many religious/political fantasy narratives forced into practically every possible government regulation/mandate that prevent poor people from breaking the prisoner chains of poverty.

    3 – Too much un-prosecuted bribery poisoning local, regional, state and federal governments, especially in states, towns and counties where ultra-radical authoritarian conservative agendas are being rammed down the people’s throats without any means of redress in deliberately gerrymandered districts.

    4 – An overarching mindset that Hey-Zeus didn’t drive the money changers out of the temples, no, he was driving the government economic regulators out of the temple.

    5 – Consolidating all of these twisted ideals together is the avarice-centric 8000 ton elephant in the room, exploitation-centric capitalism, without the underlying malfeasance of profit-oriented greed, a more rational form of economic interaction might have an opportunity to flourish like it does in some European countries.

    As long as unregulated, defunded oversight continues to be the status quo on wall street, America will continue to be the wild, wild wherever of unbridled corruption and selective enforcement of whatever remains of economic, (cough, cough) regulation.

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