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NI schools look to Scottish shared education model

Catholic and controlled schools in Northern Ireland are being encouraged to bid for funding to set up joint education campuses.

It's a sensitive issue and a big step for them, but some have been looking for advice across the Irish Sea in Scotland, where many religious and non-denominational schools are sharing buildings and outside spaces.

BBC Northern Ireland education correspondent Maggie Taggart visited two schools in Glasgow to find out how shared education is managed in Scotland.

  • 06 Feb 2014