Educator: How to inspire others with a mission statement

08/7/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

The development of education mission statements -- when done correctly -- can be compared to an art form, suggests David Penberg. Most mission statements, he writes in this blog post, appear to be cookie-cutter versions of each other. Instead, he asserts that educators should work to make sure their mission statements inspire, include a human voice and are formed using input from the whole community.

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