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Japan spends very little on public education. A trip to any public school makes this clear. However, in a comparison of OECD member states, it becomes even clearer how little Japan spends.
For example, Japan spends 0.5% of its budget on tertiary education. In comparison, the United States spends 1.4%, the Netherlands the same 1.4%.
Only tiny Luxembourg spends a lower percentage of its national budget than Japan.
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