how important is the schools vission, mission and goals in designing curriculum/ Note:
The curriculum is usually designed by the concerned State Board of Education, not by individual school(s).
However, [ the school has a couple of roles :
- provide feedback & inputs to the curriculum designing process
- implement the curriculum in the most effective manner possible by supplying the best resources - both personnel & material. This is one of the reasons why, even with the same curriculum, some schools produce better academic results, well-rounded learners, ... than others.
- the relative focus of the school on extra-curricular activities leading to better all-round development of child's personality & skills. Opportunities provided towards the same.
- the Electives that the school offers. This is not Strictly regulated or determined by the common curriculum & schools thus have greater freedom in the range offered, etc. Here, the vision/mission of school plays a greater role.
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I'm sorry that that wasn't a good answer. Please hold on while I contact an expert.Weegy:
A mission statement is similar to a constitution, and it sets the tone for everything else. The mission statement of schools, and particularly private schools, helps to set the tone of how the school will be run. [ Sure, there are basics that any school must teach. However, the mission statement might encourage them to teach about additional things. ] Expert answered|rhodgeraban|Points 0|
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