A district can have a vision, a mission statement, and sometimes a slogan. Often these concepts are layered together, but basically these are elevator speeches that help an organization pitch their plans and support their goals. What we all really need, however, is a story.Source:
Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Edutopia, December 19, 2016Description:
Although a mission statement or slogan can be a persuasive message that presents some information about your goals and school, I think we miss the power of what a good narrative can bring to the morale of any school or district. There’s a power in collecting and curating those stories that help define our school site and our students.Read the full article here!