Module 6- Critical Thinking Assignment
Option #1: CDBG Grant Request
You have been asked by the City Manager to submit a request for grant funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) fund. This two- to three-page plan should be focused on a project in the community that is covered under these grant funds. In your plan, you need to address the following:
- Name of the project,
- Description of the project,
- How the project qualifies for CDBG funding,
- Scope of work, and
- Amount of funding requested.
Your plan should pull together information from your course readings and relate lessons from the course to your professional practice. Your paper will be graded based upon your ability to relate any of the readings to your professional practice or to any of your “real world” experiences outside of work. Use your life experiences and occupational backgrounds to frame your approach to any idea, theme, or theory noted by any of the authors. Be sure to organize your paper with appropriate headings. You also can visit the Urban Institute (Links to an external site.) for ideas.
The paper should be 2 to 3 pages (not including title or reference pages), double spaced, in APA format, and include a minimum of three (3) scholarly sources.
Goetz, E. (2016). Public housing. In C. Palus& R. Dilworth (Eds.), The CQ Press Guide to Urban Politics and Policy in the United States (pp. 383-390). Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press.
Public Housing Policy. (2017). In Sociology Reference Guide. Implementing Public Policy (2nd ed., pp. 40-47). Ipswich, MA: Salem Press.
Smith, C., & Morrison, M. (2017). Awards of excellence: Community revitalization. Journal of Housing & Community Development, 74(4), 16-25.
Sturtevant, L. (2014). Good local housing policy is good economic development policy. Retrievedhttps://shelterforce.org/2014/05/15/good_local_housing_policy_is_good_economic_development_policy/
Tach, L., & Emory, A. D. (2017). Public housing redevelopment, neighborhood change, and the restructuring of urban inequality. American Journal of Sociology, 123(3), 686-739.
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