The rush of policy announcements at conference seemed to miss out the area where change has been greatest.
Market failure in tough times should not simply be shrugged off. Our political opponents’ scaremongering is a sign of our strength.
By abolishing AS-levels, the government risks making university education the preserve of a rich elite.
The government's approach has utterly failed. We need a revolution in the way businesses, ministers and schools work together to get young people into work.
What about parents with children at different schools? Gove and Twigg should recognise the need for local co-ordination.
The education department cannot be expected to oversee more than 3,000 schools. We need local commissioners to act as champions for standards.
Stephen Twigg's speech was neither a capitulation to Gove’s agenda nor a ferocious reaction against it.
Shadow education secretary Stephen Twigg on the problem with private schools.
Labour has too often looked as if it is simply the defender of the status quo and vested interests.