If you are a policy student or professor who is interested in incorporating the submission of a PolicyAtlas entry into your course curriculum, please visit our [[Policy_Atlas:Student_Learning_Module|Student Learning Module]] page and send us an [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=PA_User email].
===Sample Policy Category: Education===
"Category" pages exist to organize and classify content on the Atlas around specific fields of public policy such as [[:Category:Education|Education]], [[:Category:Public Finance|Public Finance]], or [[:Category:Transportation|Transportation]] policy. Each Category page automatically populates a list of all public policies in that field on the Atlas as well as the field's common [[:Policy_Atlas:Stakeholders|Stakeholders]] and [[:Policy_Atlas:Goals|Goals]]. Below are several screenshots from the [[:Category:Education|Category:Education]] page.
===Sample Goal: Increase the efficiency of automobile traffic===
Each policy on the Atlas is tagged with specific [[Policy_Atlas:Goals|Goals]], or desired outcomes for which the policy might be adopted. Each goal has its own page listing all policies that have been associated with that goal, allowing policymakers to browse for policies by goal in order to identify more policy ideas. Below is a screenshot from [[Goal: Increase the efficiency of automobile traffic]].
===Sample Policy: Driverless car allowances===
Each public policy on the Atlas has its own page, based on a common [[Template]], that summarizes the policy's potential benefits, tradeoffs, adoption history, stakeholders, and underlying scholarly research. Ultimately, the Atlas is intended to cover a wide range of policy categories and [[Policy_Types|Policy Types]]. Below is a screenshot from the policy page for [[Driverless car allowances]].
===Content on the Atlas===