Demand high for integrated school places

Ninety four percent of pupils are educated alongside children that share their religion, Catholics or Protestants. That's a figure integrated schools are trying to reduce.

Over three decades they've grown from fewer than thirty pupils to many thousands, but say there's huge demand for more places in integrated schools. Our education correspondent, Maggie Taggart looks back to the controversial beginnings of the movement.

Release date:


3 minutes

This clip is from