For your essay, you are to assume a college-educated audience, but one uninformed on the problem. Thus, you must provide your readers with some background information before presenting your thesis.

For your essay, you are to assume a college-educated audience, but one uninformed on the problem. Thus, you must provide your readers with some background information before presenting your thesis. Your thesis should appear early on in your essay (at the end of the introductory paragraph) and should present an argument on both the problem and the solution. You will need to provide enough detailed evidence to prove that the problem does indeed exist and that your solution is feasible, that it is the best strategy compared to others. You must provide adequate evidence of the problem, discuss the effects of the problem, as well as examine the causes of the problem before positing solution(s) that are supported by evidence. In addition to examples and cause-effect, you may use any combination of other methods of development that you consider effective (narration, description, definition, comparison/contrast, analysis, and so forth). For Essay #5 you will need an adequate transition between discussion of the problem and the solution(s) you propose, as well as a conclusion paragraph that wraps up the entire essay, both the problem and the solution. Be sure to revise your original Works Cited page from Essay #4 to include additional sources used in the final version of your essay Essay Reference – The essay is covering Low incoming family disparities in the US.