(Fargo, ND) -- North Dakota and Minnesota have found themselves at the bottom of the list when it comes to early education, according to a WalletHub study.
The personal finance website ranked the best and worst performing early education systems across the country. The study taking into account 12 key metrics, including everything from state pre-k programs offered to quality benchmarks and total reported spending per child in enrolled pre-k. North Dakota finished second worst in the study, while Minnesota finished fourth worst.
North Dakota is ranked worst in terms of educational quality, 30th in educational access, and 48th when it comes to economic support and resources. Minnesota ranks 41st in educational quality, 49th in educational access, and 18th for economic support and resources.
You can learn more about the study, along with who ranked the highest and the lowest, by clicking here.