Editor's view

Liz Roberts, editor
Wednesday, May 2, 2007

For those professionals working in early years education and childcare, the past ten years since the Labour Government came to power have felt like a whirlwind of activity, initiatives and policies. Now you can see the proof that it really has been that hectic, with our four-page Special Report on the Tony Blair years (see pages 8-11). Our timeline charts what has happened month by month - the policies that are still rolling out, those that came and went, the progress that has been made and the areas that are yet to be tackled. Children's minister Beverley Hughes sets out the DfES point of view, while leading figures across the sector make their assessment of a decade of unprecedented change.

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