Scope and challenges of social work in Schools: Perspectives of teachers and social organizations

@inproceedings{Dash2015ScopeAC,
  title={Scope and challenges of social work in Schools: Perspectives of teachers and social organizations},
  author={Gangotri Dash and Anjali Karol Mohan},
  year={2015}
}
Social workers provide social, emotional and physical development services to children and also strive to modify the environment for the best interest of child. To do this effectively, social workers work with parents, teachers, schools and communities. The general public consider the social workers who work in schools as a stand in educator, psychotherapist, social planner, and liaison between school and home (Wang 2003). In India mainly social organizations are performing various child… CONTINUE READING

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