Changing an Outdated Policy

Changing an Outdated Policy

Write an analysis of the outdated educational policy. (Include a copy of the policy at the end of your paper as an APA Appendix.) Analyze the old educational policy against current practices in K-12 education using information from peer-reviewed research. Consider the leadership role you would perform in changing this obsolete educational policy by including the following items:

ISSLC standards pertaining to the policy.
Explain why this policy change was selected, the importance to schools in general, and to the type of education-related setting in which you work or aspire to work.
Explain how this policy may have been influenced by historical educational leadership theories and ideas from the past.
The pros and cons of the policy, as described in the professional literature.
The current or desired ramifications of this educational policy change.
A draft of the revised educational policy. (Include it at the end of your paper.)
A plan to change the policy to include collaboration from those who will be affected by the policy change (teachers, students, parents, staff, etc.).
Discuss both written and verbal communication about the policy including both pros and cons (verbal may be from school board minutes or other types of community discussions).
Any budget implications driven by needs for equipment, materials, and/or training.
A timeline for the implementation of the educational policy change. Then, discuss any additional needs such as training, equipment, etc.
A conclusion that outlines the important elements of the educational technology policy and the implementation plan.
Length: 10-12 pages not including title and reference pages.
References: A minimum of five scholarly resources

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