Figures suggest the new co-ordinated school admissions system has resulted in fewer pupils being left without places

5th August 2005 at 01:00
* Figures suggest the new co-ordinated school admissions system has resulted in fewer pupils being left without places. Parents had complained that thousands of children in London had not been allocated secondary schools. But only 80 pupils in the capital were still without places last week, compared to about 8,000 last year.

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