The mock briefing will either be a new policy proposal or an amendment to an existing policy (either a state or federal government area class participation grade. The proposal will be a minimum of 5 pages in length. The goal of the mock briefing is to clearly present and advocate for the proposal. Some students may be asked to make a presentation of ten minutes in length followed by a brief question and answer session.
Two qualities are important in this assignment are an in-depth understanding of your issue (current state of policy, addressed in the paper, expected outcomes and how they will be measured), and the ability to thoughtfully and completely present the proposal. This must have a rationale supported by research and cited in the paper and listed on the works cited page.