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News: Councils see rise in applications for secondary school places

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Figures suggest that despite an overall increase in the number of applications for secondary school places, the proportion of children getting into one of their top choices has risen in some LAs. The data also reveals variation in the percentage of children awarded first-choice places in different areas.

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