At a glance headlines: March 26, 2015

Plans for Master's-level professional leadership courses, funding for governor recruitment support and a guide to A level reform are among SecEd's At a glance headlines for March 26, 2015.

The University of Leicester has joined forces with the Association of School and College Leaders to offer Master’s-level professional courses. The programmes are to be developed and delivered jointly for school business leaders, middle leaders and system leaders in charge of networks of schools. 

ASCL general secretary Brian Lightman said: “The programmes will enhance and enrich our existing provision and best support the leaders of today and in the future. Master’s accreditation enables those who take part in our leadership programmes to achieve value-added qualifications which recognise their expertise and engagement. High-quality professional development is a crucial element in raising standards and creating a world-class education system.”

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