At the pyramid base lies the corner stone-proof of commitment in the form of a planning processes that incorporates supportive funding. If your district’s or school’s strategic planning process is too vague to discern something more than lip service, as many are, look for an operational process with more specificity.
Planning as opposed to plan is a necessary distinction due to the rapidly changing nature of technology, and recently, of schools. The planning process needs, of course, to produce a dynamic document of some form open to review and comment by all stakeholders. Publication tends to connote a closed process; posting online on a website that allows sharing and interaction would be more desirous.