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Integrated schools in Northern Ireland today

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  1. The benefits due to integrated schools
  2. Criticising integrated schools

Integrated School still exist today in Northern Ireland. Actually, their numbers continues to increase year after year. For instance, there were 62 in 2013 whereas there are 65 today: 45 integrated primary schools and 20 second level schools.
The general system of education in Northern Ireland creates a clear separation between school-pupils from different religious groups. A huge majority of the children in Northern Ireland are in schools in which at least 95% have the same religion. It clearly shows that outside the integrated schools, most of the children are in segregated schools. In October 2010 the First Minister Peter Robinson even described this system as a « benign form of apartheid which is fundamentally damaging to our society ».

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