Congressional Briefing: Improving Student Success through H.R. 7037

Mar 24, 2022

A school social worker meets with a student. Getty Images.

A school social worker meets with a student. Getty Images.

Join us for a Virtual Congressional briefing on the School Social Workers Improving Student Success Act (H.R. 7037).  The legislation recognizes the critical need for more school social workers to help improve student success.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 30 from 11 to noon EDT

WHERE: Registration Link

PROGRAM:

Video Remarks from Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04-D)

Moderator is Talia Rosen, Legislative Assistant, Office of Congresswoman Gwen Moore

Panelists

Nicole Other Medicine, MSW, LICSW, School Social Worker, Indian Education Program, Saint Paul Public Schools ISD #625, Saint Paul, Minnesota

Tiffany Walker, MSW, LCSW, School Social Worker (Certified) and Chief Executive Officer, Journey Therapy Center, Clifton, New Jersey

Julie Incitti, MSW, CAPSW, School Social Work Consultant, Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin

Ron Avi Astor, PhD, MSW, MA, Professor of Social Welfare, University of California, Los Angeles, Luskin School of Public Affairs, Los Angeles, California

Damion Wilson, MSW, QMHP, Coordinator, School Social Work Services, Virginia Beach City Public Schools and National Member-at-Large, National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc., Virginia Beach, Virginia

Sponsored by the School Social Work Association of America and the National Association of Social Workers, cosponsored by the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare, the American Federation of Teachers, the Council on Social Work Education, the National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc, and the School Social Work Net, in collaboration with the Congressional Social Work Caucus.

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