Leadership in religious education is a demanding and complex role in many schooling systems. In faith-based schools and in particular Catholic schools, a key dimension of the role involves curriculum leadership. Against the backdrop of a wave of curriculum change initiatives in religious education this book provides an insight into how school leaders in religious education manage curriculum change. The insights revealed about curriculum change are from the perspective of leaders in religious education themselves. This book makes a significant contribution to the study of curriculum change. It provides an overview of the major approaches to religious education and highlights the ways in which leaders manage such change. If focuses on factors that impede and assist leaders in their management of change. This book is directed to those responsible for those leading and managing curriculum change including school leaders, teachers and those interested in the study of the management of curriculum change.