The shadow education secretary must learn from Gove's mistakes and outline a curriculum that goes beyond memorisation and teaching to exams.
A new poll shows that just 27% of the public support the schools, down from 36% in mid-September.
BBC Business Editor Robert Peston explores the question "what makes us human" in the light of the tragic loss of his wife.
The rush of policy announcements at conference seemed to miss out the area where change has been greatest.
In progressive circles, testing now inspires a lot of scepticism, if not outright hostility. But there's a lot of evidence to suggest that exams bolster learning in a way that studying can't.
While policies like the Home Office's 'racist vans' abound, those in higher education should commit themselves to sending their students abroad.
I loved watching the first part of the new documentary Educating Yorkshire. All I could think was: “No school for me, suckers!”
Why communication need no longer be the main focus for language learners.
Almost half of English schools districts will soon have too few places for pupils. But free schools continue to open in areas with a surplus.
By abolishing AS-levels, the government risks making university education the preserve of a rich elite.