Does the Netherlands government provide free education to children in NL?


Is free education applicable to all the children in NL?

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    Except for some private schools, most Dutch primary and secondary schools are free. The parents pay a small contribution, which the schools use for extra things. Some international schools are partly funded by the government, and others are private. For a subsidized international school, the annual fee is between €3,600–€6,000, while private schools have fees between €12,000–€24,000.

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