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U.S. Commission: “Little Evidence” Diversity Improves Student Performance

Oct 22, 2007 by |

The United States Commission on Civil Rights has just issued a major report, The Benefits of Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Elementary and Secondary Education. (Available in PDF here.) The Commission reached a startling conclusion:…

Student Investigates Social Work at Syracuse

Oct 16, 2007 by |

Caroline Mojonnier, a student at Syracuse University, was moved by the NAS report to pursue some investigative journalism. She attended a session of SWK 326, "Persons in Social Contexts," a course in Syracuse University's School…

The Scandal of Social Work Education

Sep 11, 2007 Barry Latzer |

A study of politicization in social work education.

Social Work’s Sins Against Conscience

Mar 15, 2007 by Steve Balch |

University social work programs rarely attract outside attention. They subsist deep down in the bowels of their host institutions, generating a decent cash flow but little in the way of intellectual excitement. They do, however,…

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