Kicking Out: Ending school apartheid the only hope of real inclusion

The Lagan College pupils pictured when the integrated school first moved into Ulster Colleges GAA competition in late 2014. Integrated schools are in a minority in the north but are the framework for healing the tensions of division.
WITH the rolling fields beneath the Castlereagh Hills spread out around it, Lagan College sits on the south-eastern fringe of Belfast. Forty years ago, it was founded as the north’s first int[...]

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