Social Work Advocates Magazine
As schools across the country plan to fully reopen, social workers are focused on helping students, families and teachers adjust after COVID lockdowns.
Students and teachers returning to in-person learning are facing unprecedented challenges, and social workers are helping them adjust.
This briefing examines the merits of the Counseling Not Criminalization Act (H.R. 7848), introduced by Reps. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA-7) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN-5).
This letter is a revised sign-on letter to Congress re: COVID-19 relief.
NASW Social Work Talks podcast
Martha Rodriguez, LCSW, is service manager of recovery at Broward County Public Schools in Florida. She also works at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., which was the site of a mass school shooting in 2018.
Social Work Advocates
There's debate over whether youths’ use of technology and social media on phones and devices is harmful or helpful. Many agree it is both.
And most youth are not addicted to technology. If anything, they are addicted to each other. That speaks to something that's true for every generation: teenagers want to hang out with each other.
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