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  • "Bringing Change to Public Leadership" Please respond to the following:

    You have been newly promoted to Superintendent of a Youth Service Center with 150 employees. Several supervisory …


  • Choose one of the Two options. 100 word



  • briefly summarizing the topic, and then editorializing the topic, using at least 200 words. Discussion topics do not necessarily have to focus on a controversial question to be counted, just that the …


  • This is a short writing assignment. It is a position paper, so there is no right or wrong answer, although the essay is evaluated for thoughtful consideration of the topics covered in this section of …



  • Please respond to the following:

    • Based on the scenario and the knowledge gained from this section, address the following:
      • Identify one or two impediments that may prevent an average …


  • Use the information below and the essay about the Death Penalty. Use the sources and find data and research. Please follow the rubric .


  • Students are required to submit a 1000-1200 (minimum) term paper, which will count for 60% of their final course grade. The student must do the following in this paper:


    The student …


  • Part 1:

    Briefly describe the making of the modern state of Mexico. Then summarize the structure of the government, including both the state and the legislature. What aspects of the economy and …


  • There will be ONE (1) academic research paper. Specifically a Position Paper. The paper will be no shorter that 1250 words, but no longer than 1750 words. (This is approximately five (5) to seven (7) …


  • Policy Challenges Presented by Environmental Problems

    We have studied a diverse group of environmental issues during our course. Many of these issues can be directly linked to a variety of …


  • Prepare: Read Chapters 9 and 10 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect: Sovereignty is a bedrock principle of international relations and …


  • Prepare: Read Chapters 9 and 10 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect: The diversity of life on Earth is impressive and critical for …


  • Prepare: Read Chapters 7 and 8 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect:As we have learned in Chapter 8 ofEnvironmental Policies


  • Prepare: Read Chapters 7 and 8 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect: Climate change has become a very serious threat to our natural …


  • Final Paper Outline

    The end of the class is rapidly approaching and now is a great time to begin working on your Final Paper. This week’s assignment will give you an opportunity to create a detailed


  • Prepare: Read Chapters 5 and 6 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect: Energy is the lifeblood of a modern world. Energy powers our …


  • Prepare: Read Chapters 5 and 6 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect: Electronic waste (e-waste) has become a serious problem for many …


  • Clean Air and Water Policies

    Clean, abundant, unpolluted air and water resources are vital to the survival of life on our planet. Living things cannot survive for long without clean water and air and …


  • Prepare: Read Chapter 4 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide.

    Reflect IconReflect:Just as clean air is irreplaceable and necessary for life, so is clean …


  • Prepare: Read Chapter 3 in Environmental Policies and all required resources as listed in the Student Course Guide. Students should pay special attention to the recommended resources this week as …