The Politics Of Linking Schools And Social Services: The 1993 Yearbook Of The Politics Of Education Association

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 1994-04-01
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Over the years, arguments have been raised for and against linking schools and social services, and the merits or otherwise of each system. This volume brings together research and public policy issues to focus on the new framework of service provision.

Table of Contents

Education Policy Perspectivesp. ii
Introduction And Overviewp. 1
Referencesp. 15
Cross-National Perspectivesp. 17
The Norwegian Case: Child-Centered Policy in Action?p. 19
Discovering Shared Values: Ecological Models to Support Interagency Collaborationp. 33
State and Local Perspectivesp. 49
The Politics of Policy Making for Childrenp. 51
Referencesp. 62
State Full-Service School Initiatives: New Notions of Policy Developmentp. 63
Professional and Institutional Perspectives on Interagency Collaborationp. 75
Referencesp. 91
Resource Issues: a Case Study from New Orleansp. 93
Using Public Policy to Impact Local Practice: Can It Work?p. 107
Implementing Collaborative Services: New Challenges for Practitioners and Experts in Reformp. 121
The Role of the Universitiesp. 135
University-Based Preparation for Collaborative Interprofessional Practicep. 137
Defining, Supporting, and Maintaining Interprofessional Educationp. 153
Issues of Vision, Innovation, Mission, Outcomes and Competent Practicep. 157
The Integrated Services Specialist: an Interdisciplinary Preservice Training Modelp. 161
Referencesp. 163
Critical Teacher Education and Multicultural Issuesp. 165
Lessons from the Fieldp. 169
California's State Partnership for School-Linked Servicesp. 171
On the Cutting Edge: Family Resource/Youth Service Centers in Kentuckyp. 179
Referencesp. 186
Afterwordp. 189
Indexp. 201
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