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1) Access and read the “Student Success Story.” (Attached) After you read the story, answer the following: What do you think is the most important thing Jeannine did to change her situation and start to improve at school? Now that you are a graduate student, what are the lessons you learned during your undergraduate career that you will apply to your graduate studies to ensure you get the most out of this experience?

The DQ response must be 150-200 words and one reference other than the story and in APA format

2) Write a 100-word response to the student in first person as if you were writing it to the students. Talk about how you agree with their ideas and add your own thoughts. Make sure it’s respectful.

Student’s response Jeannine’s determination, to go back to school after 20 years is a huge triumph, Jeannine is up to the challenge and she wants to better advance her career. Jeannine immediately communicated, when she was facing unexpected challenges, she imminently contacted her academic counselor, also Jeannine’s daughter assisted, and helped Jeannine with getting more articulated and computer savvy; finally, Jeannie also took advantage of the schools online tutorials. One of the biggest challenges that Jeannine faced was time management. Jeannine learned to not procrastinate, but to organize, and to have her assignments completed well before the due date. My allegiance is to work on my time management, I have a set schedule even more so, now that I have returned back to school; indeed, Jeannie’s story and my story have so many similarities. I have to prioritize my time with my family, my daily task, and my school education. My Time management, skills have greatly approved. This will better help me in my career choice. (The Juggle is Real,2019). Has some great tip’s on how to balance family and school, In reading this article, communication is the biggest key factor.


The juggle is real: Online students’ tips to balance family, school. (2019, February 14). UWIRE Text, 1.

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Prompt: Congress has the responsibility to oversee federal agencies. One of those agencies is the U.S. Department of Justice. Let us pretend that the leadership of the Federal Department of Justice has possibly engaged in inappropriate communications with a foreign power in violation of departmental policy; they are accused of meeting with foreign ambassadors without having proper authorization. In answering the following questions, explain how Congress assesses the level of compliance.

Research the original purpose regarding the creation of the Department of Justice, to assist in your understanding of this topic.

Write an essay of 1,250-1,500 words that discusses the following:

Part I: Congress and the Executive branch

  1. What powers does Congress have over agencies in the executive branch? Where can one find these authorized powers?
  2. If Congress feels that an executive branch federal agency has failed to comply with policies, procedures, and standards, what can they do about this situation?

Part II: Simulation: Ethics in the DOJ

  1. Read through the “Ethics Handbook for On and Off Duty Conduct” from the DOJ and the DOJ Ethics Scenario, located in the Resources. As an employee of the DOJ are you able to accept any gifts or compensation for any services rendered to various individuals or groups? Explain.
  2. Why do you think the DOJ has implemented such policies? Are those policies in keeping with the policies, procedures, and standards that were authorized by the enabling legislation of Congress? Explain. (comp. 3.2)
  3. Do you think it is a good idea to attempt to keep activities of public servants from even the appearance of impropriety (see “General Principles of Ethical Conduct”, number 14)? Explain.
  4. Would participating in trainings with other law enforcement organizations be in keeping with the original purpose of the FBI? Explain.

**Utilize four to six relevant, scholarly sources in support of your content. Use or google scholar. Attached are some sources you can use

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Family Assessment

This assignment should be 3 pages MAX. Do not write more!

For this assignment, you are to create a case assessment for the family of the movie you have reviewed. The family should consist of the parent(s) and child(ren). If there is a minor parent in the family, then you need to select only one family unit. For example, if there is a minor parent with children and his/her parent(s), then decide which of the two-family units you will assess – the minor parent and his/her children OR the minor parent and his/her parent(s).

  1. Begin the assessment by providing a short summary of the clients’ demographic details – describe the person, his/her background, and current situation
  1. Provide a description of the current child abuse concern (i.e., child abuse allegation(s)). Include the nature of the abuse, the duration of the abuse (if known), and factors contributing to the abuse
  1. Since you are unable to interview each family member, based on what you know about the family member, include perceptions each family member might have about the abuse
  1. Identify strengths of the family, and each family member
  1. Recommendations: Disregard what took place in the movie and make your own recommendations for this family (unless your recommendations align with those in the movie). Recommendations should include, based on your assessment, whether the child(ren) should be removed from the home or remain in the home – provide support for this. What behavior changes are needed to return the child to the home, or if the child remained at home, to safely close the case. Explain what services you think would help, and why.

Case Studies (Movie List)

Begin by selecting one of the movies from the list. The family in the movie is the family you will use for your assessment. If you know of another movie, use it but just let me know! I like to add to the list!

Hillbilly Elegy (2020) – Drama 1 hr 56min (on Netflix)

An Ivy-league educated man looks back on his life and recalls a childhood marred by violence, poverty, and substance abuse, but also one of deep love and family loyalty.

Beauty Mark (2018) – Drama 1h 27min

An empowering story inspired by true events; Beauty Mark follows a poverty-stricken young mother forced to move after her house is condemned. With no money and no options, she must confront her abusive past in order to save her family.

Trailer: (Links to an external site.)

Precious (2009) – Drama 1h 49min

Precious Jones, an inner-city high school girl, is illiterate, overweight, and pregnant…again. Naïve and abused, Precious responds to a glimmer of hope when a door is opened by an alternative schoolteacher. She is faced with the choice to follow opportunity and test her own boundaries.

Trailer: (Links to an external site.)

I am Sam (2002) – Drama 2h 12min

A father with varying degrees of ability hires a high-powered lawyer to help him regain custody of his daughter.

Trailer: (Links to an external site.)

The Florida Project (2017) – Drama 1h 51min

Set on a stretch of highway in a budget motel managed by Bobby, just outside the imagined utopia of Disney World, The Florida Project follows 6-year-old Moonee and her rebellious mother over the course of a single summer.

Trailer: (Links to an external site.)

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