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Tolerance, Diversity, Respect OR ELSE “Bias Reporting Teams” at William…

Oct 26, 2007 by |

It seems that you had better be very very careful of what you say and to whom you say it at the College of William and Mary, where the administration has recently instituted a new "Bias Reporting Team," complete with its own web…

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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