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SOCIAL CHANGE AND EVALUATION STRATEGY

An op-ed is a communication tool that a leader can use to communicate about what they value for their positive social change strategy, why and how they support their opinion, and that their strategy has scholarly support from peers. An op-ed is not just an ambiguous comment or a falsified piece of information—it must be supported by evidence-based facts that lead to why you would strategize in such a way and how the evidence backs up your opinion. It is an effective, brief way to give audiences an overview of your social change strategy and why it is important to the organization. For the field of public administration, op-eds can be found in print and/or online, including public administration journals, think tanks (e.g., Brookings Institute, RAND Corporation), peer-reviewed newspapers with editorial review (e.g., 
The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post), and institutes/agencies (e.g., Institute of Health Improvement, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality). As you identify an op-ed, make sure the journals have editors and a peer-review and/or editorial board, and avoid those sources that are known for having falsified information and/or do not have a legitimate peer-review and/or editorial board.

For this Discussion, you create and post an evidence-based op-ed to support your ideas for social change related to a specific nonprofit or public/government organization’s mission using an evaluation strategy.

RESOURCES

Be sure to review the Learning Resources before completing this activity.
Click the weekly resources link to access the resources. 



WEEKLY RESOURCES

TO PREPARE

· Review the “Sample Op-Eds” in the Learning Resources. You will create and post your own op-ed for this Discussion. 

BY DAY 3

Post your response to the following:

· Create and post an op-ed to support your ideas for positive social change related to a specific nonprofit or public/government organization’s mission using an evaluation strategy.

· State your opinion and validate with two peer-reviewed, scholarly resource(s).

(150 words)

 


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