Sharon Issurdatt Dietsche, LICSW, LCSW-C
Communities view schools as perfunctory resources that not only educate students, but also keep them safe. Many parents assume that when they send their children to school, their children will have their primary emotional needs, such as a sense of security met. However, when a crisis occurs, schools are often unable to respond adequately to the pressing needs of the students and personnel. The primary goal of schools is educating students, but instruction and learning cannot effectively occur when the entire community, including students and their families, as well as the school administration and teaching personnel, are profoundly affected by crisis.
Members only content keeps NASW Members current with the latest practice information and social work trends.
Phasellus bibendum sem vitae diam eleifend sodales. Suspendisse ac felis eu elit commodo congue.