Order DescriptionSection 1– Policy Influences (1000 words)
In this section you are to explain the background of the policy text in relation to broader policy themes. A number of such policy themes are outlined as case studies. Using the most relevant of those case studies as a starting point, you need to explain the social, political and/or economic issues that are driving the policy response represented in the texts you are analysing.
In this section you are primarily providing background. You are then you are explaining succinctly what responses are suggested in your policy text. Logic models may assist you with this second step and you are free to develop a table to consider your logic models.
A reader (including a marker) would be expecting to see appropriate citation and referencing to support the claims you make in this section.
Section 2 – Evaluate the Evidence Used (500 words)
This section is again focussed directly on the texts you are using. Policy is often portrayed as a rational response to evidence, but in this unit you have learned of the definition of policy as the ‘authoritative allocation of values’.
In this section I am looking for you to critically assess the evidence upon which policy proposals are based. Is the evidence valid and reliable Is there any reason to suspect bias in the evidence used (for example, who wrote it and do they have an agenda of their own) Is the link from the evidence to the policy recommendations logical
A really strong answer to this section will also identify and summarise any alternative evidence sources on the policy theme that have been ignored in your policy text.
Section 3 – Recommendations (1500 words)
In this section you are to make recommendations to your institution (it board or its executive) on how to respond to the policy texts.
Your recommendation may be to support the policy. If so you should provide practical suggestions on the policy instruments that could be used in your institution to enact the policy. In marking, I will be looking for your knowledge of policy instruments.
Your recommendation may be to resist the policy and to ‘play your policy hand’. If so, you should outline practical methods of resistance. In marking, I will be looking for your knowledge of how to resist policy proposals.
Please provide full reference list in APA format.
Marking Criteria –
1 Applies key concepts to local, sectorial, and global professional context
2 Identifies research evidence base and implications for practice
3 Overall organization and communication
4 Critically analyses an education policy in terms of context and process, research evidence base and implications for professional practice
5 Leads professional activities that address the contemporary challenges of policy reform in education
The text that you should be analyzing is National Education policy of Bhutan.
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