MCLA’s Goals and Objectives
Goal 1. MCLA’s organizational functions and structures support the mission.
Objective A. The board of directors exercises its legal and ethical responsibilities to govern the organization in response to member needs and changing internal and external conditions.
Objective B. Members are partners in planning, designing, and disseminating MCLA’s products, activities, policies, positions, and projects.
Objective C. MCLA proactively supports curriculum leadership as a profession essential in increasing student proficiency.
Goal 2: MCLA supports effective implementation of standards and proficiency-based curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Objective A: MCLA’s members share a common understanding of the components of standards and proficiency-based education.
Objective B: Teachers, schools, and districts use tools and practices to make informed choices about structures, programs, and strategies to increase student proficiency.
Objective C: District leaders and state policy makers apply organizational change principles to build and support standards and proficiency-based system development.
Objective D: MCLA members develop and share tools and practices to increase district capacity.