Dr Paul Nolan said there would be long-term consequences if action was not taken
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NI education: Poorer Protestant boys underachieving at school

Poorer Protestant boys in Northern Ireland are seriously underachieving at school according to a new report.

Only Roma and Traveller children are getting poorer results, according to the study by the Community Relations Council.

Dr Paul Nolan, the academic who carried out the research, said there would be long-term consequences if action was not taken.

He was speaking to BBC Newsline's Tara Mills

  • 02 Apr 2014