Program’s Vision You have now learned the key pieces of funding development and financial planning in terms of managing a budget, identifying funding options including grants and foundation awards and creating a funding plan. The purpose of these strategies are to support your early childhood organization’s program philosophy, vision, mission, and goals. With successful financial planning and a strong funding plan, you can achieve the goals you have set. In this assignment, you will go back to your portrait of your early childhood program that you created in Unit 3 and reflect on how your budget (created in Unit 3) and funding plan (created in Unit 6) support your organization’s philosophy, vision, mission, and goals.

Part 1: Portrait of Organization Using the initial portrait of your early childhood program created in Unit 3, create a complete description of your programs, philosophy, vision, mission, and goals. In two paragraphs, include the following information: The name of your organization, number of children (and the ages) served. A mission statement outlining your key philosophy. Three specific goals of your organization (i.e., exposing preschoolers to early literacy experiences and educating parents of the critical importance of early childhood literacy). These goals should be clear and concise, demonstrating your inspired vision, objectives, and intended impact to the community from your organization. Explain how your funding plan supports the vision and the specific goals you have set for your program. Using principles of early childhood development and financial planning, discuss how you will measure the impact or success of meeting your program’s objectives (with a focus on the philosophy, vision, mission, and goals). Part 2: Financial Record Keeping Reviewing what you learned about the importance of financial record keeping, please respond to the following: Identify the financial documents you will need to keep, file, and report. Describe your method for creating and organizing your financial information reports in a timely and accurate way. Explain why these documents will be important for your grant writing, foundation proposals, and other funding events. Discuss how these documents enhance your credibility and reputation with potential funding sources. Part 3: Financial Support of Organization’s Vision Review your organization’s philosophy, vision, mission, and goals from Part 1 and respond to the following: How are they aligned with and supported by effective funding development and financial planning? Why is sound financial planning and management necessary in order to support the goals/vision you have set for your organization? What are some ways that you could strengthen this alignment? Assignment Guidelines Your assignment should be at least 3 pages, not including the title and reference pages, and should include the following elements: Title page: Provide your name, title of assignment, course and section number, and date Body: Answer all the questions in complete sentences and paragraphs Reference page: Sources in APA format Include at least two scholarly references Use Arial or Times New Roman 12-point font, double-spaced, and left aligned Use standard 1″ margins on all sides Use APA Formatting and Citation style (If you need assistance with APA style, please visit the Academic Success Center.)[supanova_question]

For this week, you read Yehudit Katzir’s story “Disneyel”, and you

For this week, you read Yehudit Katzir’s story “Disneyel”, and you watched the film The Band’s Visit. In both of these, we have a contrast between a situation that is lively, colorful, and charged with energy, and a situation that feels stuck, boring, faded and unchanging (see the recordings for more explanations). Choose the film or the story, and answer the following: what are the differences between the lively situation, and the boring one? Does the story or film teach us how to move between the lively sitation and the boring one? Or does the difference seem random or arbitrary, and unconnected to what we do?

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A case analysis must be written in APA format and include Essay

A case analysis must be written in APA format and include the proper cover and reference list. The Case Analysis must be at least 500-700 words. Please use double spacing (as required by APA) and an APA approved font (12 point). The Case Analysis must also include at least three references. Please be sure to list your references on a separate page at the end of the case analysis. Reference support should be included in the evaluation of possible solutions as well as the recommendations and/or implementation sections. The Case Analysis MUST include the following headings and follow this prescribed format:

Title Page (APA formatted)

I. Major Facts (Heading)

(State here the major facts as you see them. Make statements clear and concise for your own understanding as well as for the understanding of the other students and the instructor.)

II. Major Problem (Heading)

(State here the major problem as you see it. Emphasize the present major problem. You may wish to phrase your statement in the form of a question. In a few cases, there may be more than one major problem. A good problem statement will be concise, usually only one sentence.)

III. Possible Solutions (Heading)

A. (List here the possible solutions to the major problem. Let your imagination come up with alternative ways to solve the problem.

B. Do not limit yourself to only one or two possible solutions. These solutions should be distinct from each other. You MUST include a minimum of three possible solutions.

C. However, you may wish to include portions of one solution in another solution, as long as each solution stands alone. Only in this manner will your subsequent choice be definitive.

D. Note the advantages and disadvantages of each possible solution as well as expected outcomes. This is an area where outside support will help.

IV. Choice and Rationale (Heading)

(State here your choice, A or B or ___ and the detailed reasons for your choice. You may also state your reasons for not choosing the other alternative solutions.) Explain the hopeful outcome of this alternative.

V. Implementation (Heading)

Prepare a plan to implement your choice (recommendation).

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This assignment is over a case study called PowerWater Beverages, Inc.

Writing Assignment Help This assignment is over a case study called PowerWater Beverages, Inc. Case. There are a few questions over the assignment that are located in the other document. [supanova_question]

words to my discussion paper


Discussion section should start by identifying one or two major problems, issues, or factors
within your topic. This is your time to make a strong argument about what’s going on (or what
should be going on) with your topic.
2. This section must include at least one argument against the position you have taken in the
paper. You can then respond to that argument in order to provide a stronger defense for your
position. The argument against and your response to it should both be supported by
appropriate academic sources.
3. This section should also get into any potential solutions that you’ve formulated to address the
problem. This should all be supported by your research. Explain in detail what you propose to
address the problem that you have identified in your paper. You should have at least two
recommendations for addressing the problem – one for a criminal justice agency response and
one for a community response.
4. Your discussion should be about 1000 words.
5. Refrain from journalistic writing techniques and avoid personal pronouns (such as I, we, you,
etc.) You will present your opinion here but you should not use phrases like “I believe.”
6. Follow the formatting instructions given in the syllabus. Use APA format for in-text citations and
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Address the following questions: how does this document reflect the Truman

Address the following questions: how does this document reflect the Truman administration and American military’s view of communism and the Soviet Union? Conversely, how does the document reflect their views of the United States’ international role in the post-World War II period? Finally, in what ways does the document conceptualize the term “freedom” in post-World War II America?[supanova_question]