Should N. Ireland integrate mainstream education?

12/7/2011 | Belfast Telegraph (Northern Ireland)

In Northern Ireland, some are questioning whether the population is ready to integrate mainstream education. While many schools enrol students based on religion, integrated schools would be open to all students and pay homage to all cultures. The country's economic crisis also has put the concept of integrated schools in the spotlight, because it's been said the schools would be more cost-effective.

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