High Quality Parent Advocacy as an Intervention that Addresses Disproportionality
|Sarah Katz, High Quality Parent Advocacy as an Intervention that Addresses Disproportionality, CW 360 CHILD WELFARE REFORM 16 (Spr. 2016). Retrieved from https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/185448.
|Child welfare policy and practice is ever changing across the nation, with countless reform efforts underway that aim to strengthen and improve the system. We often see large systems change that is sparked by crisis and driven out of a reactive response. Such large-scale change tends to lead to increased pressure on the workforce, and often increases workloads and leaves room for more crises. In order to make significant change that is sustainable, leaders must consider the voices of frontline staff, families, and communities. Reform efforts should consider established science by using data to understand what is working and what is not. It is imperative that supervisors and workers are supported through the ongoing challenges that accompany reform, focusing on high quality training that is provided in a timely manner. This issue of CW360° focuses on the many complex pieces of the child welfare reform puzzle.
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