Leading Change in Special Education: Advocacy, Policy, and Law

Write a 5- to 8-page advocacy plan using the requirements and problems listed in the advocacy plan documents. Keep in mind, your advocacy plan will be informed by the Preparation Guide for the Advocacy Plan paper you completed during Week 9.

Note: Key components of the advocacy plan include:

Section 2.1: Executive Summary
Section 2.2: Graphic or Diagram
Section 2.3: The Advocacy Plan
2.3(a): Problem Statement, Policy Issue, and Solution
2.3(b): Stakeholders
2.3(c): Problem/Policy Issue Current Status
2.3(d): Alliances/Coalitions/Partnerships
2.3(e): Goals (S.M.A.R.T.Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely)
2.3(f): Tactics and Tools (Messaging)
Refer to the Advocacy Plan Requirements document for the specific requirements of the key components of the advocacy plan.