The inefficiency of Northern Ireland’s sectarian school system means cuts bite harder. Efforts to educate children together in NI must be accelerated, argues Alastair Lichten.
Over the last five years schools in Northern Ireland have experienced a 10% funding cut. While the classroom population has reached a 20-year high, around a fifth of NI’s school places are empty.
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