Parents in many parts of England are finding it harder to get their child into a secondary school they want, analysis of government data suggests. Most of the country's towns and counties saw a fall last year in the proportion of pupils getting a place at their first-choice school. The figures come on National Offer Day - the day families in England find out where they have been allocated a place. The government said it was creating 600,000 new school places.
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