Education Minister John O’Dowd has welcomed €35.29millon for shared education from the new Peace IV Programme.
Shared education is one of four key priority areas in the Peace IV 2014-2020 Programme.
John O’Dowd said:
“We know that a key feature of high performing education systems are equality and inclusion promoted through shared education.
“Therefore this investment in shared education by Peace IV is very welcome as we continue our work to create the best outcomes for our children and young people.
“In addition the investment contributes to our overall aim of a shared and inclusive society and I am pleased to see education playing a key role in achieving that objective.”
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