School Social Work in Wisconsin

 

School social workers use a wide range of evidence-based strategies to ensure that students are in the classroom physically and mentally ready to learn. They utilize a strength-based approach that views students and organizations as parts of systems. The functioning of and relationships within and between systems are enhanced to improve student learning. School social workers understand how to go out into the greater community to engage families and community organizations to create better outcomes for students (e.g., increased academic achievement, safety, attendance, and social-emotional-behavioral functioning). School districts usually focus their school social work services on students who are struggling in school due to barriers to learning that may exist within the students or their environments.

What Do School Social Workers Do? Wisconsin School Social Work Practice Guide
Licensure & Continuing Education Demonstrating Accountability
DPI Publications Professional Associations
Social Work Practice Guides - Other States

 

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