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3,918 children in the South East do not get preferred school

As the new school terms begins, nearly 4,000 families in the South East are being let down down as they do not get into one of their top three preferred schools.

Harriet Harman MP, Interim Leader of the Labour Party, said:

“Despite David Cameron saying that parental choice was one of his priorities, far too many parents are missing out on getting their child into their first choice school and this number is rising. This is yet more evidence that the Tories’ education reforms are failing to deliver, and are letting children and parents down.”

 

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