An education proposal is a document which is sent by a panel of participants [teachers, professors, members of government bodies, educationists, students and so on] to a committee or a government body for approval or implementation. An education proposal consists of some suggestions to improve the existing system of education in a school, college or overall. The suggestions made must be compiled after deep research and surveys, and must be practical, pragmatic and utilitarian. They must be aimed at substantially making a difference or improving the standards of education provided to students. Some important points to be considered while writing education proposals are as follows:
- An education proposal must first outline the existing system and its flaws in order to justify the need for improvement. This can be followed by a statement of intent of sorts, outlining why the changes need to be made and what they will amount to. The impact of the alterations must be stressed and presented especially well in order to persuade sponsors.
- The proposal must outline the changes that need to be incorporated in the existing system. In case it is for the introduction of something absolutely novel, the pros and cons must be highlighted to make an impartial, well thought out and well-researched education proposal.
- The proposal must also include details like the budget, duration, sponsorship, revenue and other such details. This makes the education proposal more comprehensive, and exciting. The proposal can be supplemented with statistics, graphical presentations and so on in order to make it visually attractive as well.
- The education proposal must be convincing and powerful in it arguments for change. This will ensure a fair perusal by the powers that be, and will increase its chances of getting passed, approved or sponsored as the case may be.