Master's Degree in Educational Leadership in Davos in Switzerland

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Educational Leadership

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

Educational leadership refers to the responsibilities of leaders in a school setting. These administrators might attract and hire educators, appropriately placing professionals where their talents could be put to the best use. These supervisors often work to create collaborative relationships with teachers, parents and students. 

 

Davos is home to famous Kirchner Museum and the Grosses Jenatschhaus, a type of charity house. They are hosting annual conferences of the World Economic Forum. AO Research Institute Davos, connected with well known AO Foundation is also located there.

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Center for Creative Leadership
Campus Part time September 2019 Switzerland Davos

The Center's custom solutions are about the future of leadership development. We address individual leader development needs while establishing systematic, integrated leadership development practices within organizations. [+]

In an era of high stakes accountability and rising expectations, the CCL's Education Sector (ES) group brings a leadership development resource to contemporary educators to assist them with the tough but critical job of reforming and restructuring schools and school districts. Strengthening the leadership capability of those responsible for K-12 public and private schools, colleges, and universities so that educational reforms for excellence can occur is its unique and important mission.

Producing Breakthrough Results in Education

One example of the breakthrough results our programs produce is found in the experiences of the South Carolina Department of Education. Personnel statistics showed nearly half of the state's principals would be eligible to retire within five years, creating an unprecedented demand for new school leaders.... [-]