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As one might expect, the countries in the Social Democratic group have the lowest proportions of Private Independent schools and the highest proportion of Public schools. The Liberal countries (and Japan) have the highest proportion of Private Independent schools and the Social Market countries have the highest proportions of Private Dependent schools. The proportion of schools which are public is highest in Social Democratic and Mediterranean states and lowest in the Social Market States and Japan.
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The Dynamics and Social Outcomes of Education Systems by Jan Germen Janmaat, Marie Duru-Bellat, Philippe Méhaut, Andy Green