How to Help Your School Thrive Without Breaking the Bank: Chapter 2. Developing a Vision and a Mission

Developing a strong vision and mission statement can help stakeholders in your school reach a common understanding. A vision is your school's goal—where you hope to see it in the future. The mission provides an overview of the steps planned to achieve that future. A vision is concise and easy to recall, whereas a mission is lengthier and more explanatory in nature. This chapter describes how to develop your school's vision, because you need to know where you want to be before you can determine how you plan to get there.
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