The Integration Hub, in partnership with Policy Exchange, explores ethnic integration across five distinct themes ā€“ Residential Patterns, Work and Welfare, Society and Everyday Life, Education, and Attitudes and Identity. It presents much of the relevant data and research and allows you to explore integration across England and Wales through our interactive data maps.

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  • School segregation is the result of official policies not just parental choice

    April 24, 2017 by Ted Cantle

    The general election will, of course, be dominated by Brexit. But, in the light of the Casey review, it should also make some space to discuss issues of integration and segregation. The increasing segregation of our schools is one very good reason for that. A number of previous reviews of school segregation have refused to

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The Integration Hub, in partnership with Policy Exchange, explores ethnic integration across five distinct themes ā€“ Residential Patterns, Work and Welfare, Society and Everyday Life, Education, and Attitudes and Identity. It presents much of the relevant data and research and allows you to explore integration across England and Wales through our interactive data maps.