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ERIC Number: ED079658
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Mar
Pages: 17
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Introducing Change in School-Community Relationships Maintaining Credibility and Accountability.
Anderson, Richard J.
This speech describes the School-Community-Pupil Program of the Jane Addams Graduate School of Social Work designed to adjust not only the child to school, but also the school to the child. The program educates social work students to team up with other professionals to effect changes needed for groups of children. Through courses emphasizing the institutional aspects of the school, program evaluation, and intervention strategies for change, and through a year's internship stressing human relations and self-assessment skills, students learn to maintain credibility with the client system and professional associates while fulfilling the accountability function. In seminars, social work students learn to use recordings, communication, and evaluation to achieve accountability. The author presents examples of student developed objectives and timelines, created for specific intern projects. (Author/LAA)
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