During class period on April 28, students will work in groups of 3. Each student
During class period on April 28, students will work in groups of 3. Each student
During class period on April 28, students will work in groups of 3. Each student will present something from the work-in-progress final memo - this could be the two policy designs, or a part of the evaluation matrix. Students should pick something that they'd like feedback on, as they are developing the memo. Each student will have at least one slide or one document/handout. Each student will present their material for 8-10 minutes, then other group members will offer feedback, for about 5-17 minutes. This means, about 15 minutes devoted to each student's work. At the end of the small-group presentations, students will fill out a worksheet about what they learned while preparing and presenting, and receiving and offering feedback. All students who present and who thoughtfully complete this worksheet will receive 100 points for presentations, as noted in the syllabus. No further presentation submissions to the professor are required. 2. Introduction (1 paragraph). Introduce the purpose and provide a brief preview of your findings and recommendation, so the reader knows where the memo is headed. 3. Two Policy Alternatives (3 paragraphs) In this section, you will describe two possible solutions to the policy problem. For each one, you will identify the goals, causal model, tools, target groups, and implementation. Feel free to construct a table for each one, or a comparative table that includes these items for each. If you provide a table, you should also write a description of each policy solution in the text of the memo. The table does not replace the text, it only helps the reader to see a snapshot of the key differences.

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