This page contains some of the continuing education materials that I have created for workshops and other forums. To conserve resources and make these materials available to a wider audience, I add them here. Please use them as they are helpful to you in your social work educational ventures, with credit to me, and let me know if you have questions.
What is Classroom to Capitol?A resource for social workers, instructors, and students in the areas of community organizing, policy analysis and advocacy, and organizational development--a tool in your quest for social justice
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- Looking forward to talking about these ideas in Orlando with @OxUniPress this week! twitter.com/OUPEconomics/s… 7 months ago
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