Use your sources to provide a compelling narrative to your stakeholders about the importance of this problem and make a convincing argument that the problem from your introduction is real and impactful
3. Alternative Strategies/Policies to Address the Problem
Compare existing policies or programs that address this problem. In what ways aren't these working and why is it necessary to find an alternative? Is there anything they're doing well that could be incorporated into your proposed policy?
Discuss constraints, including political, social, and economic constraints. What is possible given these constraints?
4. Recommendation: Proposed Policy
Why this policy?
Give a detailed description about your proposed policy with details
Discuss how your proposed policy would solve the problem and provide rationale for using thisspecific policy to solve the problem
How and how long?
Provide a plan for implementation and expected outcomes
5. Conclusion: summarizes what you wrote and what you learned
Briefly summarize your problem and your arguments for why its real
Briefly summarize your proposed policy and your arguments for why it would help
End with a strong, final statement that ties the whole paper together and makes it clear the paper has come to an end