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Which other forms of school-based education exist?

In addition to the forms of school-based education regulated by law, schools may also have their own organisational status pursuant to Section 14, Paragraph 2 (b) of the Private Schools Act, including a range of comprehensive schools designated as "alternative schools" or "independent schools", various colleges for vocational education as well as music schools and conservatoires.