Desperate measures for a school place

23rd April 2004 at 01:00
Parents are taking drastic steps to get their children into good schools, with more than a quarter willing to act dishonestly to secure a place, a YouGov survey reveals. It also shows that 59 per cent of parents would consider moving into a school's catchment area to secure a place, and would be prepared to pay an average of 12 per cent more for a house.

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