Supporting school leaders across Merseyside

The MA Leading for Educational Advantage is designed primarily for professionals working in schools in Local Authorities (LAs), Multi Academy Trusts (MATs) and other educational settings serving disadvantaged communities who have leadership responsibilities, or are aspiring to a leadership role, and wish to study at Postgraduate Level. 

The MA Leading for Educational Advantage has been designed, developed and written through collaboration between Hope University School of Teacher Education, the Centre for Education & Policy Analysis (CEPA) and Multi Academy Trusts in the North West of England as part of a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Partnership initiative to offer professional Masters qualifications that are currently relevant, bespoke to context and informed by the best research and evidence.

There is a drive, particularly in schools and Academies serving areas of disadvantage, for their educators to promote critical reflection on school based practice in order to enhance educational outcomes for disadvantaged pupils and marginalised groups, within a school and across a group of schools, while also securing professional development and promotion for the individual teacher, either into leadership roles or through enhancing current leadership practice. 

Follow this link for a short video interview about the course.

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