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HSE 330 Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric
For Milestone Two, you will submit a paper stating your organization’s position on the specific legislation selected for your final project. Make sure to state your
role in your organization.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
III.
Your Position. In this section, you will lay out your organization’s position on the specific legislation being considered. It should be evident from your
analysis that you have reviewed a full copy of the legislation and have researched the related issues and debate. Specifically, you should address the
following points:
a. Is your organization for or against the legislation? Why? Your answer should analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the legislation in
terms of potential effectiveness, cost, public acceptance, and political feasibility. In other words, how might economic, social, or political factors
(including other legislation) help or hinder the policy’s implementation and effectiveness? What specific concerns does your organization have?
b. How might cultural, socioeconomic, and other diversity issues impact the quality and equity of services provided under the selected legislation?
What concerns does your organization have? Provide examples to support your position.
c. What legal or ethical matters related to the legislation is your organization concerned about, if any? Explain your answer and provide examples,
if appropriate.
d. Based on your analysis, how could the legislation in question be redesigned to better address the needs of intended beneficiaries? Be sure to
address the following points and provide evidence to support your recommendations.
i.
How could the legislation better address diversity in meeting the needs of intended beneficiaries?
ii.
How could it better address legal or ethical concerns in meeting beneficiaries’ needs? If there are no concerns specific to this legislation,
make suggestions for how the legislation might help prevent legal or ethical concerns in future policies. Support your suggestions with
evidence.
iii.
What other changes to the legislation would make it more effective in serving intended beneficiaries? Consider the cost, public
acceptance, and political feasibility issues you identified above in making your suggestions.
e. Be sure to use language and communication strategies appropriate for political or organizational leaders in explaining your organization’s
position and recommendations. Remember the goal is to convince your audience that your analysis is credible without burdening them with
undue detail.
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone Two must be two to three pages in length (plus a cover page and references) and must be written in APA format. Use
double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three references cited in APA format.
Critical Elements
Your Position:
Advantages and
Disadvantages
Proficient (100%)
Analyzes the legislation’s
advantages and disadvantages in
terms of potential effectiveness,
cost, public acceptance, and
political feasibility in presenting
the organization’s position
Rubric
Needs Improvement (70%)
Analyzes the legislation’s
advantages and disadvantages, but
does not address all elements
(effectiveness, cost, public
acceptance, political feasibility) or
does not connect analysis to the
organization’s position
Your Position: Diversity Examines how cultural,
Examines how cultural,
socioeconomic, and other
socioeconomic, and other diversity
diversity issues might impact the issues might impact the quality and
quality and equity of services
equity of services provided under
provided under the selected
the selected legislation in
legislation in presenting
presenting organization’s concerns,
organization’s concerns and
but does not provide relevant
provides relevant examples
examples or examination lacks
relevant detail
Your Position: Legal or Examines legal or ethical matters Examines legal or ethical matters
Ethical Matters
related to the legislation in
related to the legislation in
presenting organization’s
presenting organization’s position,
position and explains response
but does not explain response
Your Position:
Proposes ways to improve the
Proposes ways to improve the
Redesigned:
legislation being considered to
legislation being considered to
Addressing Diversity better address beneficiary
better address beneficiary
diversity using analysis
diversity, but suggestions are not
presented in the paper and
connected to analysis presented in
supports suggestions with
the paper or are not supported
evidence
with evidence
Your Position:
Proposes ways to improve the
Proposes ways to improve the
Redesigned: Address legislation being considered to
legislation being considered to
Legal Concerns
better address legal or ethical
better address legal or ethical
concerns based on analysis
concerns, but suggestions are not
presented in the paper, and
connected to the analysis
supports suggestions with
presented in the paper or are not
evidence
supported with evidence
Your Position:
Proposes other ways to improve Proposes other ways to improve
Redesigned: Other
the legislation being considered the legislation being considered,
to better serve intended
but suggestions do not consider
beneficiaries, taking into
costs, social attitudes, or political
Not Evident (0%)
Does not analyze the legislation’s
advantages and disadvantages
Value
13
Does not examine how cultural,
socioeconomic, and other diversity
issues might impact the quality and
equity of services provided under
the selected legislation in
presenting the organization’s
position
13
Does not examine legal or ethical
matters related to the legislation in
presenting organization’s position
13
Does not propose ways to improve
the legislation being considered to
better address beneficiary diversity
13
Does not propose ways to improve
the legislation to better address
legal or ethical concerns
13
Does not propose other ways to
improve the legislation being
considered
13
Your Position:
Language
Articulation of
Response
consideration the costs, social
attitudes, and political feasibility
issues presented in the paper
and supporting suggestions with
evidence
Employs language and
communication strategies
appropriate for political or
organizational leaders in
explaining positions and making
recommendations
Submission has no major errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
feasibility issues presented in the
paper or are not supported with
evidence
Employs language and
communication strategies for
political or organizational leaders,
but application is not appropriate
for lending credibility to analysis or
is unduly detailed
Submission has major errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
that negatively impact readability
and articulation of main ideas
Does not employ language or
communications strategies
appropriate for political or
organization leaders
13
Submission has critical errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization that
prevent understanding of ideas
9
Earned Total
100%
HSE 330 Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric
For your final project, you will imagine you are employed as a human services professional in your desired area of interest. You have been asked to prepare a
brief policy paper analyzing a particular piece of human services legislation and to make policy recommendations for better meeting the needs of your client
base. Using a specific piece of state or federal legislation that you have identified and researched in this course, you will assess the strengths and/or weaknesses
of the legislation in addressing the needs of clients, bearing in mind the cultural, social, political, historical, and economic context in which the legislation was
proposed. You should also consider how other similar legislation currently before state or federal legislative bodies might impact the legislation, and any legal or
ethical concerns. Based on your analysis, your paper should explain your organization’s position on the legislation being considered, propose areas for
improvement, and recommend strategies for building coalitions to support your position. Your analysis and recommendations should take into account the
various interest groups or stakeholders that may influence the legislation being considered, including the roles of media, lobbying groups, community groups,
beneficiaries, and concerned individuals and how political, social, or economic concerns may affect implementation.
The analysis in the policy brief should be based on an evaluative, comprehensive literature review focused on the identified social problem and legislation and a
background analysis conducted earlier in the course.
Prior to completing Milestone One, you should identify the human services organization you will imagine being employed by. Define the organization and its
mission. For Milestone One you will submit a background analysis paper on the piece of state or federal legislation you have identified for your final project. Visit
state and federal legislative websites to explore and identify a human services specific piece of legislation/bill of interest to you. This background paper should
cover all critical elements listed in Section II of the Final Project Document. You are encouraged to use existing television interviews, previously published
interviews, and websites from the sponsor of the legislation. You may reach out to a staffer or the sponsor of the piece of legislation, but this is not required.
Create a timeline showing the history of the legislation you are analyzing, including relevant prior legislation and major social, political, and economic events that
impacted the development of this legislation.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
II.
Background. In this brief introductory section, you will put the legislation under consideration in context as a preface to explaining your organization’s
position. Specifically, you should use the background analysis you have completed earlier in the course to:
a. Briefly examine how major social, political, and economic events and other legislation have set the stage for the specific legislation you are
considering. Be sure to provide specific examples in your response.
b. Briefly analyze the effectiveness of previous and existing human services legislation on the selected topic. Do the policies or programs effectively
address the needs of the intended beneficiaries? Why or why not? Provide evidence to support your answer.
c. Succinctly examine whether previous and existing policies address the human services challenge in ways that are sensitive to meeting the needs
of a diverse clientele and explain why or why not. Provide evidence to support your answer.
d. Argue for why is it particularly urgent to address the social issue in the legislation and any related policy weaknesses now. Your reasons should
use audience-specific language and be supported by evidence. Keep in mind that policymakers, lobbyists, and private sector leaders have
multiple competing priorities, respond to pressures from different groups, and have limited time. Your arguments will be critical to getting and
keeping their support.
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone One must be two to three pages in length (plus a cover page and references) and must be written in APA format. Use
double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three references cited in APA format.
Critical Elements
Proficient (100%)
Background: Events Accurately examines how major
social, political, and economic
events and other legislation have
impacted legislation around the
social issue and provides specific
examples
Background:
Accurately analyzes whether
Effectiveness
previous and existing policies
effectively address the needs of
intended beneficiaries and supports
answer with evidence
Background:
Accurately examines whether
Diverse Clientele previous and existing policies are
sensitive to meeting the needs of a
diverse clientele and supports
answer with evidence
Background: Urgent Provides well-supported arguments
for urgent action using reasons and
language appropriate for the
intended audience
Articulation of
Submission has no major errors
Response
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
Needs Improvement (70%)
Examines how major social, political,
and economic events and other
legislation have impacted legislation
around the social issue, but analysis
is inaccurate or does not provide
specific examples
Analyzes whether previous and
existing policies effectively address
the needs of intended beneficiaries,
but assessment is inaccurate or is
not supported with evidence
Examines whether previous and
existing policies are sensitive to
meeting the needs of a diverse
clientele, but analysis is inaccurate
or is not supported with evidence
Provides well-supported arguments
for urgent action, but reasons and
language are inappropriate for the
intended audience
Submission has major errors related
to citations, grammar, spelling,
syntax, or organization that
negatively impact readability and
articulation of main ideas
Not Evident (0%)
Does not examine major social,
political, and economic events and
other legislation around the social
issue
Value
20
Does not analyze whether previous
and existing policies effectively
address the needs of intended
beneficiaries
20
Does not examine whether previous
and existing policies are sensitive to
meeting the needs of a diverse
clientele
20
Does not provide well-supported
arguments for urgent action
20
Submission has critical errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization that
prevent understanding of ideas
20
Earned Total
100%
HSE 330 Outline Guidelines and Rubric
You will submit an outline depicting your local policy approval process from start to finish. Visit your state legislative process websites and research the bill/policy
submission process.
You will create an outline of the local policy approval process from start to finish. Visit your state legislative process websites and research the bill/policy
submission process. Some states have slight differences in the process, so you will need to visit your home state’s websites. You will find instructions such as the
following: Once a policy is written, it needs to be publicized (usually in the paper and on the internet) for at least 30 days to obtain feedback from the public.
Make sure you include the departments or divisions with the state’s Department of Health and Human Services that must approve it. For example, here is the
Clinical Services Policy on the NC Department of Health and Human Services website that shows what the legislative and policy process might look like.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:




Why is advocacy important at the state or community levels, in relation to human or social services legislation? How can the public be made aware of
proposed legislation that may affect services available to them? Document the specific tasks needed to fulfill the public awareness requirements in the
outline.
Where does social change advocacy begin and where does it end, related to legislative policy? Be sure that this process is included in the outline.
Does the legislation use both public and private funding streams? If so, are there differences between public and private sector coalition-building
legislative processes? Ensure this is indicated in the outline.
What other aspects of building support in local communities are related to advocating for social change? Include these as part of the process in the
outline.
Guidelines for Submission: Your outline must be submitted as a one- to two-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman
font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format.
Critical Elements
Outline: Strategy
Exemplary (100%)
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
supports explanation with clear
and relevant examples using
scholarly research when
appropriate
Proficient (85%)
Examines state- or communitylevel advocacy processes and
incorporates a strategy for
communicating proposed
legislation in the outline
Needs Improvement (55%)
Examines state- or communitylevel advocacy processes and
incorporates a strategy for
communicating proposed
legislation in the outline, but
omits major aspects of the
process
Not Evident (0%)
Does not examine processes for
communicating legislation
Value
22
Advocacy
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
supports with clear and relevant
examples using scholarly
research when appropriate
Examines the entire process of
human services advocacy from
start to finish and includes in
the outline
Coalition Building
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
supports with clear and relevant
examples using scholarly
research when appropriate
Accurately depicts the
differences between public and
private sector coalition building
in the outline
Building Support
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
supports with clear and relevant
examples using scholarly
research when appropriate
Identifies additional aspects of
building support in communities
related to advocating for social
change and includes in the
outline
Articulation of
Response
Submission is free of errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, and
organization and is presented in
a professional and easy-to-read
format
Submission has no major errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
Examines the process of human
services advocacy from start to
finish and includes in the
outline, but omits major aspects
of the process
Depicts the differences between
public and private sector
coalition building and indicates
differences in the outline, but
omits key differences
Identifies additional aspects of
building support in communities
related to advocating for social
change and includes in the
outline, but leaves out several
of the key aspects
Submission has major errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
that negatively impact
readability and articulation of
main ideas
Does not examine the process
of human services advocacy
22
Does not depict the differences
between public and private
sector coalition building
22
Does not identify additional
aspects of building support
22
Submission has critical errors
related to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
that prevent understanding of
ideas
12
Earned Total
100%

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