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To: Department of Education NI

Department of Education: Create a REAL Action Plan for Integrated Education

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Last year, people power helped pass the Integrated Education Act through the NI Assembly, which legally requires the NI Department of Education to do more to support integrated education.

But now, the Department has produced an 'Action Plan' with no real action in it to support integrated education.

No targets for growth. No new schools. No way of measuring the overwhelming demand for integration. No real action. This is not good enough.

Why is this important?

In 2023, 25 years after the Good Friday Agreement, only 8% of NI kids go to integrated schools despite huge demand.

Right now, the Department of Education has a public consultation on their 'Action Plan' and anyone can comment.

Tell the Department of Education - we want a REAL Action Plan for integrated education.

Northern Ireland, UK

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2023-10-31 06:36:03 +0000

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