Students can use this material from the Open University to examine postcode trends in poverty
Based on Milton Keynes, the home of the Open University, students discover and compare data on income, education, older people, community and health:
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They could then compare this with any data they can find from their own area before discussing any of the challenges they faced with using quantitative data.
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