The visioning process is a process that results in a comprehensive long-term planning tool for a school or a district. A vision for learning helps teachers and school leaders to create a unified set of values and beliefs which drive the development of a high-performance learning culture. A vision is a practical guide for creating plans, setting goals and objectives, making decisions, and coordinating and evaluating the work on any project, large or small. A vision helps keep organizations and groups focused and together, especially with complex projects and in stressful times. There are various characteristics of the visioning process like brevity, clarity, abstract and challenging, future-focused, sets the desirable goal, and many more. Having a vision means we have a clear sense of purpose. It means we have a much larger picture of the school than simply setting and reaching short-term goals and tackling problems as they come along. There should be a proper visioning process in every school for the betterment of students and the school overall. It is not mandatory to decide every detail but it is mandatory to have a clear vision of what all things need to be changed and improved in how much duration and what is the process for that.
All things about the functions, workshops, labs, classes, meetings, assemblies, clubs, events, and many more should be decided first. Having a clear vision of everything about the school is important for the development of schools.