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Missions Matter: Three Pathways for Living Out a School Mission

by Kelsey Hall Associate Director of School Engagement for Global Online Academy

A mission-driven organization defines its values to gain the traction needed to accomplish a set of goals. Mission-driven schools work to design a curriculum, coordinate efforts across departments and divisions, and invest in programs that align with a core commitment to achieve a conceived vision for students. Realizing this mission not only requires school leaders and faculty to envision and communicate its purpose, but to strategically put their mission into action to bring meaning to the words.

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