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ASSIGNMENT Due Sunday October 13 by 9pm Central Time


Once you have built an agenda for your policy, developed a policy proposal plan, and strategically analyzed the composition of the audience to which you will present your policy proposal, you must now be prepared to defend it.


In this Assignment, you will submit 1-2 paper presentation summary of the policy proposal Document created from last week's Discussion. This is a simulation for a presentation summary you would make to policy leaders


Readings

Jansson, B. S. (2018). Becoming an effective policy advocate: From policy practice to social justice (8th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning Series.

Chapter 9, "Presenting and Defending Policy Proposals in Step 5 and Step 6 of Policy Analysis" (pp. 284-326)


Jackson-Elmoore, C. (2005). Informing state policymakers: Opportunities for social workers. Social Work, 50(3), 251–261.


POLICY PROPSAL DOCUMENT

See ATTACHMENT


Look For creditable sites and scholarly sources to back up proposal


Submit a 1-2 paper presentation summary of the policy proposal Document created from last week's Discussion.  Make sure that your summary presentation provides a solid rationale for the passage of your policy, using reputable sources from experts in the field. This should be a simulation of a summary presentation you would make to "real-world" policy leaders, so make sure you are succinct and informative. You can include any visual aids that you think help your presentation.

Make sure that your assertions are supported by appropriate research and reputable resources.

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