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CONTENTS:

-Component- 2a
-Component- 2b
-Component- 2c
-Component- 2d

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CORE COMPONENT - 2D

All levels of planning align with the organization's mission, thereby enhancing its capacity to fulfill that mission.

Examples of Evidence

  • Coordinated planning processes center on the mission documents that define vision, values, goals, and strategic priorities for the organization.
  • Planning processes link with budgeting processes.
  • Implementation of the organization's planning is evident in its operations.
  • Long-range strategic planning processes allow for reprioritization of goals when necessary because of changing environments.
  • Planning documents give evidence of the organization's awareness of the relationships among educational quality, student learning, and the diverse, complex, global, and technological world in which the organization and its students exist.
  • Planning processes involve internal constituents and, where appropriate, external constituents.

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