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Think about different types of factors that influence your advocacy topic, including policy, guidelines, and regulations. Carefully reflect on how the context provides both opportunity and constraints. Also, consider levers—such as policy—as well as your own practical wisdom and courage. Keep these factors in mind as you complete the following Discussion.

Discussion 2: Policy, Practical Wisdom, and Courage
Think about different types of factors that influence your advocacy topic, including policy, guidelines, and regulations. Carefully reflect on how the context provides both opportunity and constraints. Also, consider levers—such as policy—as well as your own practical wisdom and courage. Keep these factors in mind as you complete the following Discussion.

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Consider factors that influence your advocacy topic, including policy, guidelines, and regulations. Carefully reflect on how the context provides both opportunity and constraints. Also, consider levers—such as policy—as well as your own practical wisdom and courage. Keep these factors in mind as you complete the Discussion.
By Day 4 of Week 8

Post an analysis of the issues of policy and practical wisdom as presented by Bruno, Fromberg, Robinson, and Schwartz in this module’s media pieces. How do these ideas and presentations influence your perceptions of the common good as related to early childhood, education, and schooling? In each of the presentations, it takes courage to address the needs identified. Within your post, consider and comment on what it means to exhibit courage. Specifically, how might courage help early childhood leaders to create and manage change?

https://go.openathens.net/redirector/waldenu.edu?url=https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0013161X11427394

http://gseuphsdlibrary.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/justice-and-caring.pdf

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Dr. Rosenthal’s paper was presented in Washington, DC, on June 24, 2009, for a panel on “Leader Development in School of Public Affairs” that included faculty from the University of Virginia, Harvard University, and Texas A&M University. The DC conference, on Leadership and National Security Reform, was cosponsor

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