The Hechinger Report
This nine-part series explores how climate change emergencies are disrupting student learning, exacerbating mental health problems, devastating school infrastructure, and how the coronavirus pandemic is a preview of what education looks like in a climate emergency.
The pandemic thrust student mental health into the spotlight. The nation’s estimated 143,000 school social workers are on the front lines.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congresswoman Gwen Moore introduced a resolution today recognizing School Social Work Week 2022.
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.
Among the circumstances youth in foster-care confront are the perceptions and misconceptions of adults, including social workers and caregivers. This is why it’s so important to see young people as people, not as statistics.
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