By Donald Collins
AN creation TO relations SOCIAL paintings, Fourth version presents a robust starting place within the techniques and talents it is very important reach perform with households. The ebook bargains enticing case reviews, end-of-chapter workouts, illustrations, and photos to familiarize you with the subjects to hand.
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Others believed that the commission's standards for such programs were not as rigorous as they should be. Most of these concerns were eventually laid to rest, however, and schools of social work throughout the United States began to develop part-time programs in off-campus locations in response to the changing needs of students (Raymond, 1996). As off-campus social work education programs grew, many schools found the costs of maintaining these programs to be excessive. Some schools began part-time programs at distant sites and, in spite of strong beginnings, found that programs could not be sus- 28 Planning and Administration tained for financial reasons.
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An Introduction to Family Social Work by Donald Collins