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    School of Social Work

    The School of Social Work at Arizona State University is one the largest and most diverse social work programs in the U.S. We prepare practitioners committed to upholding social justice and to serving and empowering individuals, families and communities. Whatever your passion, you can find it here.

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    School of Social Work

    The School of Social Work at Arizona State University is one the largest and most diverse social work programs in the U.S. We prepare practitioners committed to upholding social justice and to serving and empowering individuals, families and communities. Whatever your passion, you can find it here.

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Members of two community advisory boards at the School of Social Work (SSW) provide valuable advice and service to its leadership and faculty, functioning as effective examples of social embeddedness that is at the heart of the missions of the... Read more

As K-12 schools prepare for reopening, coronavirus safety protocol isn't the only issue that school officials are debating.

Schools across the nation are announcing reforms that could remove school resource officer programs. The program... Read more

When people are incarcerated, their families also suffer, surrounded by shame and stigma. Especially little kids.

Sometimes, children will make up stories to explain why their parent isn’t around.

The Center for Child Well-Being... Read more

A Latina herself, Kristina Lopez , assistant professor in ASU’s School of Social Work (SSW), is interested in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) -- particularly why Latinx children are less likely to be diagnosed with ASD than white children.... Read more

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