The May ASBJ Advisor Poll asks readers what they would do in this situation:
A school board was revamping its goals and its members couldn’t agree on whether to include “increasing student achievement” as one of them. One faction of the board felt the statement was an implicit and understood part of the district’s mission. But another faction disagreed, arguing that explicitly stating the goal made it visible, serving as a constant reminder of what they stood for.
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