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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A school social worker might be involved in this type of group working on initial assessment of the child and the family, with the parents clinically, and in teacher observation, training, and support
  2. A social work role in which an important focus is on evidence-based practice; needs to look at the research and identify what programs actually produce what results
  3. George W. Bush's education plan that was signed into law in 2002; has received mixed reviews
  4. Clients have the right to hold and express their own opinions and to act on them, as long as doing so does not infringe on the rights of others
  5. Formerly known as the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, it was passed in 2004 and requires that public schools create an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for each student who is found to be eligible for special education services; the cornerstone of a student's educational program

5 True/False questions

  1. Systems change specialistA person in this role can help by linking people to systems and improving existing service and delivery mechanisms

          

  2. truant officersIn 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. Reform approachA social work process that emphasizes looking beyond the client's presenting problems to assess the complexities and interrelationships of the client's life situation

          

  4. Charter schoolsPublicly 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

          

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