Primary school places - or lack of them - are causing big worries for parents.
Last week it was Bristol, Somerset and Gloucestershire today Weston-super-Mare.
Our reporter, Richard Payne, is meeting a dad whose son goes round the corner to pre-school but can't get a school place on the same site. Instead has an offer of a place 2 miles away.
He's also speaking to a head of a secondary school and sixth form who agreed to a primary school on site only to have offer later withdrawn.
Our education correspondent Richard Payne reports on an admissions crisis in Weston-Super-Mare
250 families will today discover they have failed to secure any of their three preferred choices of primary school in Bristol.