Policy Briefs Instructions
Submit a 1 1/2–2-page paper (not including the title page, abstract, and reference page) in current APA format in which the May-Can-Should model is applied in the context of the policy focus in the assigned module/week: Topic: Education Policy
Be certain to emphasize a focused analysis of a particular issue chosen from the broader policy concentration for the assigned module/week. You must include citations from:
Students often struggle with keeping the analysis needed for these policy briefs to just 2 pages of content at most (not counting the title page and references), and it can be hard to see past one’s choice of wording to discover that there are indeed many ways to say the same thing with less words.
A couple of key points to think about when you begin writing.
Problem ID and solution Feedback: Good discussion of the problem, but the bill that addresses that problem needs to be identified.
May: Biblical Feedback: Make sure that you are discussing in detail the Biblical principles of natural law, inalienable rights, sphere sovereignty, sin vs. crime, etc., as they relate to the topic.
May: Constitutional Feedback: Need the specific enumerated powers of the Constitution as they relate to the topic.
Can: Financial Feedback: Needs to discuss the financial impact of this bill on the national debt, spending, etc.
Can: Practical Feedback: Needed to discuss the logistical resources needed to implement the bill – new agencies, new employees to monitor, new buildings, etc. Also, needed to discuss the practical steps for implementation. What will it take to get this going?
Should Feedback: Needs to be tied back to the May/Can portion of the paper in clear, concrete points.
Don’t forget to use the Biblical Principles of Government article.
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