Reflections are an opportunity for you share with me, your professor, your thoughts about the Public Policy Project. No other

Reflections are an opportunity for you share with me, your professor, your thoughts about the Public Policy Project. No other student will read your reflection. Estimated Time An estimated 2 hours is needed to complete this activity. Instructions Please write at least 8 sentences reflecting on the Public Policy Project. Sentence #1: Your 1st Sentence should be a question. Examples of questions include: What did you find most interesting about the Public Policy Project? Why did you find this the most interesting? What did you find most relevant to your daily life about the Public Policy Project? Why did you find this the most relevant? You are welcome to ask and answer your own question. Sentence #2-6: Sentences 2 through 6 should be your response to the question you posed in sentence #1. Rubric Rubrics are “a guide listing specific criteria for grading or scoring academic papers, projects, or tests”. Every assessment in the course has a rubric. A table of this assessment’s rubric is provided below for students. However, this table is not accessible for some screen readers. For students using a screen reader, an accessible version of the rubric table can be accessed by scrolling down further or clicking on the three vertical dots in the upper right corner of the assessment and selecting “Show Rubric”. If you need additional help, visit How do I view the rubric for my assignment?

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