Write an analytical paper applying leading organizational change in early childhood educational schools. Conduct secondary research using databases that contain peer-reviewed articles from major education and psychology academic journals. Relate research to real-world education issues. Analyze and assess scholarly work in the field of education. Demonstrate critical thinking by writing well-organized, clear, concise documents. Apply APA standards in written work. Critically review fellow learners work through peer review. Length – All research papers written in the Doctoral Program must be a minimum of twenty (20) pages in length. Format – Follow APA format/Graduate Program standards, for example: Title page – Follow Graduate Program format. Go to Program Resources. Locate the document: “Title page for student papers.” Font – Use Times New Roman, 12 point. Margins – See your APA manual. Page numbers – Include page numbers in the upper right hand corner. Headings and subheadings – See your APA manual (p. 62) for information about the placement of headings and subheadings. References – At least ten (10) references are required. All references must be used and cited in the text of your paper. At least five sources must come from major academic journals, such as those that are “peer reviewed” in InfoTrac and ProQuest electronic databases.