Length: 5 pages long, double-spaced (you may take a bit more space if you need it for the purpose of the report assignment. For the OpEd, however, the writing limit will be strict). Graded upon completion. A complete report follows the guideline below thoroughly: Report: A report requires you to produce a neutraldepiction of a topic. It provides a complete description of the topic by using sources to back it up. Write a report on a topic of your choosing, using a minimum required number of sources (see below). Title: Include a title for your report. Body: Brief introduction of the topic and its examination using the sources you have found. Remember you need to aim for an exposition of the topic. Sources required: You need to use and correctly cite a minimum of: Two academic articles on the topic of your choosing Three non-academic sources such as reports from the Pew Research Center, the Census, serious organizations that work on education such as The Spencer Foundation, and other serious think tanks such as the Brookings Institution. (You are not limited by these examples, you may use sources coming from other data/news producers). Cite your sources: Any source from an academic article to a news article needs to be attributed and cited using, ASA, Chicago Citation Style, or equivalent. academic citation style. Stick to one citation style of your choosing throughout your report. At the end of the report, include a section called "References". Under this section, you will cite all your sources following these academic rules: References cannot be in the form of a link such as in this example: Wrong reference citation: https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2022/per-pupil-spending.html Right reference citation: Jordan, Jewell (2022) "Per Pupil Spending Continues to Increase in 2020", United States Census Bureau, May 18, 2022, https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/2022/comm/spending-per-pupil.html In-text citations need to be cited parenthetically. Example: "States spend more money per pupil today than in the past (Jordan, 2022)." Enjoy your research for sources and writing time!!