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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A social work process that emphasizes looking beyond the client's presenting problems to assess the complexities and interrelationships of the client's life situation
  2. A person in this role can help by linking people to systems and improving existing service and delivery mechanisms
  3. Publicly funded elementary or secondary schools in the United States that have been freed from the regulations, rules, and statutes that apply to other public schools in exchange for some type of accountability for producing certain results
  4. Discrimination that actually exists, whether legal or not; this type of discrimination often results from powerful informal norms that are discriminatory
  5. A social worker who often functions as an advocate for the child; there are times when acting as an agent of social control (the law, the system) need not be looked at negatively

5 True/False questions

  1. De jure discriminationDiscrimination that actually exists, whether legal or not; this type of discrimination often results from powerful informal norms that are discriminatory

          

  2. PL 94-142In the school setting, a person who understands and is not intimated by large complicated systems and can help a family or child face the educational bureaucracy or deal with other social systems

          

  3. Education for All Handicapped Children ActEnacted in 1975, this mandates that all local school districts provide full and appropriate educational opportunities to all children, including those with a disability

          

  4. Brown v. Board of EducationIn 1954 the Supreme Court ruled in this case that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional

          

  5. Reform approachSocial work model in the 1960s that wanted to change systems to benefit clients