I learned Latin in a US public school. Although pronunciation was admittedly never emphasized in the course, classical Latin pronunciation was always the ideal. I've met Latin students from across the country, and classical-style pronunciation seems to be by far the most commonly taught in the US, based on my own limited experience. (You can of course correct me if I'm wrong about this.)
My question is: In current teaching practice, what style of Latin pronunciation is most commonly taught in schools the UK, France, Germany, and other European countries? Classical? Ecclesiastical? A traditional local pronunciation?
I understand that practices are sure to vary widely between countries and even within countries, so I can hardly expect a general answer for all of "Europe". Thus, even if you can only attest to the pronunciation in a particular country or region, I warmly welcome your answer. However, please be wary of speculation or over-generalization.