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Education Resources

The Education Resources section is a compendium of resources collected as a part of CSWE initiatives and intended to help programs and faculty members in curriculum development and assessment activities. The materials include advanced practice knowledge and practice behaviors related to the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS), syllabi, bibliographies, case studies, assessment tools, and videos for use in the classroom.

We hope to continue to expand this collection with the help of members with expertise in specific areas of practice.

Special Features

Below are additional resources available to our members: our 2015 EPAS Curricular Guide Resource Series; CSWE's COVID-19 Collection; and the Educator|Resource of the Month, provided by the Center for Diversity & Social & Economic Justice. To learn more, click an image to be redirected to the corresponding page.

Specialized Practice Curricular Guide for Substance Use Social Work Practice

2015 EPAS Curricular Guides

CSWE COVID-19 Collection

CSWE COVID-19 Collection

Educator | Resource of the Month

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April 13, 2016

Financial Social Work

Article in Encyclopedia of Social Work by Reeta Wolfson and Dorlee Michaeli on the growing need for financial knowledge. Incorporating financial literacy skills and models of financial behavioral change into the social work curriculum would benefit both social workers and thei...
April 13, 2016

Long-term Unemployment: Attached and Mismatched?

2015 working paper of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, authored by David Wiczer. Contribution of occupation-specific shocks and skills to unemployment duration and its cyclical dynamics.
April 13, 2016

Publications of the Center for Social Development

Research reports, policy reports, research briefs, and working papers of the Center for Social Development, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis.
April 07, 2016

Financial Capability and Asset Building For All

Reducing economic hardship and the debilitating effects of poverty by adopting social policies that bolster lifelong income generation and safe retirement accounts; expand workforce training and re-training; and provide financial literacy and access to quality affordable finan...
April 07, 2016

Reversing Extreme Inequality

Correcting the broad inequality of wealth and income through innovative means related to wages and tax benefits associated with capital gains, retirement accounts, home ownership, and greater lifelong access to education.
January 21, 2016

Curbing the Financial Exploitation of the Poor: Financial Literacy and Social Work Education

Abstract of article: Karger, Howard (2015). Journal of Social Work Education. Investigates the importance of financial literacy content for social work students. CSWE members may access JSWE articles online without charge. Nonmembers may search the data base by author, title,...
January 21, 2016

Evaluation of a Continuing Education Training on Client Financial Capability

Abstract of article: Jacobson, Frey, Jodi, Svoboda, Deborah, Sander, Rebecca L., Osteen, Philip J., Callahan, Christine, & Elkinson, Audrey (2015). Journal of Social Work Education. Evaluation study assessing outcomes among social workers who completed a continuing education c...
January 21, 2016

Personal Finance Skills Help People Help Themselves

Op-ed by Michael A. MacDowell, managing director of the Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics Foundation, on the current state of personal finance and employment skills in social work education and how to promote integration of this content into curricula.

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