Protestant schools are bursting at the seams

Our local Protestant national school has a demand problem. It is too popular.

22nd October, 2005

Our local Protestant national school has a demand problem. It is too popular. The same issue is facing many Protestant national schools in Dublin and, most likely, all over the country. Not only has the last few years seen an increase in the Protestant population, but there are many Catholic parents enrolling their children in Protestant schools.

Let's explore this phenomenon and do a little exercise in the economics of a Protestant education.

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