Table of contents for School social work : skills and interventions for effective practice / by David R. Dupper.


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Preface.
Acknowledgements.
UNITS I: FOUNDATIONS.
School Social Workers: History, Roles, and Functions.
The Social Organization and Political Environment of the School.
UNIT II: STUDENT-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS.
Externalizing Behavior Problems.
Internalizing Behavior Problems.
Social Problems.
Students with Disabilities.
UNIT III: SYSTEM-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS.
School-Based Prevention Programs.
Interventions on Behalf of Vulnerable Groups of Students.
The School Social Worker as Consultant and Team Member.
Involving Parents and the Community in Restructuring Schools.
UNITS IV: EVALUATING SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE.
Evaluating Student-Focused Interventions.
Evaluating System-Focused Interventions.
References.
Appendix I: School Survival Group Curriculum.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: School social work United States