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School choice and quasi-market are 1980s developed countries' (England & Wales, France, Germany, United States, Australia, and Sweden) growing tendency of secondary education. In the popular ideas of educational deregulation, although government plans diversity of secondary education in the past, this now has gradually translated into appearances of school choice and quasi-market. The conclusions of study list below: 1.School choice and quasi-market have been the mainstream of developed countries' secondary education. 2.The ideology of educational choice and related factors of developed countries are different. 3.Educational choice has eleven important principles and ideas.
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