Analyze recent constitutional issues, based on the right to privacy and the Exclusionary Rule, including electronic surveillance.

Core Learning Outcomes1. Evaluate the American criminal justice system, law enforcement, and criminal law, using the U.S. Constitution.2. Analyze recent constitutional issues, based on the right to privacy and the Exclusionary Rule, including electronic surveillance.3. Demonstrate high quality written and oral communication skills, gathering, evaluating, and communicating information effectively.Core AssessmentI would like to write on the funding issues of Education in the United States. The Constitution\’s 10th Amendment limits the Federal Government to powers that are listed in the Constitution. This does not include education in the U.S. which also doesn\’t include funding.I\’d like to address this constitutional issue which gives the state\’s control over their respective education system, and yet it\’s being regulated with a continued decrease in funding.Using U.S. Constitutional provisions, statutes, and court cases to support how you would solve the constitutional issue, and discussing social policy implications of your solution to the issue.The purposes of conducting this research and writing this paper are to improve your ability to synthesize, analyze, and evaluate information carefully and objectively, using the U.S. Constitution, statutes, and U.S. Supreme Court cases; use this information to propose a solution to a constitutional issue; discuss social policy implications of your solution; and present your ideas in clear written form directed to a specific audience, in this case, your class.To complete this research paper, you should:Tie it to a criminal justice aspect and include 5-7 cases/statutes to make sure you exceed the requirements for the grading rubric.Research the provision(s) of the United States Constitution that are at the heart of the issue.Research any federal or state statutes that impact this issue.Research previous decisions of the United States Supreme Court that impact this issue.Search for any pending case(s) before the U.S. Supreme Court that may involve this issue.Based on your research, determine what should be the solution of this constitutional issue.Consider social policy implications of your solution.Write a paper explaining the issue, your proposed outcome, the social policy implications of your solution, and the research that supports your outcome.Your paper must include:A cover pageIntroductionClear statement of the constitutional issueDiscussion of your researchClear statement of your proposed solution, with supporting argumentDiscussion of social policy implications of your solutionReference page, using APA styleThe text of this paper should be at least 3,750 words or fifteen computer-generated/typewritten double-spaced pages long. You must demonstrate that you understand the terminology and the concepts used in constitutional law, and how constitutional provisions, statutes, and case decisions are interrelated. You must demonstrate that you can synthesize, analyze, and evaluate information. You must use correct APA format in source citations in both the body of the paper and in the reference page.