Social Justice Question

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Theory of Change Assignment specification
The Theory of Change assignment has two components:
A Theory of Change in the form of a diagram
A Writeup describing the diagram
Continuity: It is expected that you will continue developing the Program that you utilized for the Stakeholder Analysis. If I have explicitly indicated the program selected for Stakeholder Analysis is not appropriate for further analysis, then select a different program.
The diagram
The diagram will be in the form of a hierarchical set of long term goal, goals, subgoals, outcomes, prerequisites. Let’s call them ‘elements” to avoid repeating the long list.
The diagram shall start with the overall goal at the top and decompose the goals downwards. Therefore, they should not be constructed from the left and should or from the right.
The diagram should start with the long term goal(s) of the program. A single starting long term goal is the simplest. You can have multiple long term goals, but it makes the diagram more complicated.
The long term goal(s) shall be decomposed into goals, the goals shall be decomposed into subgoals, the subgoals shall be decomposed into outcomes, the outcomes shall be decomposed into prerequisites
All elements shall be linked other elements (long term goal, goals, subgoals, outcomes, prerequisites) through arrows. There should never be a stand-alone element that is not linked to another element.
There shall be a minimum of FIVE layers of decomposition of elements (long term goal, goals, subgoals, outcomes, prerequisites). Some programs will require additional layers, but no fewer than 5.
There shall be a minimum of 15 elements, Some projects will require more than 15, but no fewer than 15.
Uniquely number the elements within the diagram e.g., 1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, and include a very short unique summary in the element box/circle itself
The assumptions, measurements, indicators support the linked element diagram by providing additional information
Uniquely number any assumptions, measurements and indicators 1.1 A, 1.1B.
The words describing these assignments any assumptions measurements and indicators are to be provided in the next section, so don’t use descriptive words here for assumptions measurements and indicators.
There shall be at least one measurement or indicator per element e.g., 1.1 A
Assumptions can be added to linking arrows or elements e.g., 1.1 B
Assumptions provide clarity, use them sparingly
The assumptions, measurements, indicators are not ‘elements’ (long term goal, goals, subgoals, outcomes, prerequisites), so don’t create boxes for them
Written portion
The written portion shall document and explain the diagram.
Each element 1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 shall have a corresponding paragraph.
Each paragraph has a unique number e.g., 1.1 and a unique name that matches the word description on the diagram. e.g., 1.1 Element X
Each paragraph includes one sentence describing the element (since the diagram only has a short name)
Each paragraph includes one sentence describing each link to its predecessor goal (i.e., the WHY). The number of sentences should generally match the number of links (so construct the links thoughtfully in the diagram)
Each paragraph includes one or more sentences describing a measurement or indicator that will indicate completion of the element (e.g., 1.1 A). There shall be at least one measurement or indicator per element.
Each paragraph includes one or more sentences describing any assumptions (e.g., 1.1 B). The number sentences should generally match the number of assumptions. Not all elements will have assumptions, and some of the basic assumptions will be covered in the preceding link description. The assumption should not repeat anything already stated in the link description.
The total length of the written portion should be around 1200 words (not including references and title page)

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