Here is the second post in this series which looks at population density and delves into inequality by using house prices as a measure of regional affluence.
The aim is to avoid jumping to conclusions and see what the data can tell us and if anecdotal evidence can be given a solid, quantitative basis.
Have you got an anecdote to tell about schooling in your area? Placing requests refused? Pressures on a local school with too many placing requests, or perhaps a school that's struggling as parents send their children elsewhere? Please share them as such stories will guide where I go in future posts and they prompted me to embark on this wee investigation in the first place.