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Q: How important is the school's vision, mission and goals in designing curriculum?
A: Answer: Answer: 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. ]
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Mission, vision and aims are the core of the School Development Planning process. They
encapsulate what the school stands for and what
it is trying to achieve. Accordingly, they
serve as terms of reference for all the oper
ations of the planning cycle, providing:

a context for the operation of
Review

a direction for the work of
Design
and
Implementation,
and

a yardstick for the process of
Evaluation
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