The School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner, Arthur E.
Jongsma, Sarah Edison Knapp, & Carey Dimmitt, Wiley, 2015
Response to Intervention: A Guide for School Social Workers, James P. Clark &
Michelle M. Alvarez, Oxford University Press, 2010
The School Counseling and School Social Work Homework Planner, 2nd Edition,
Sarah Edison Knapp, Wiley, 2013
SSWAA Workshop Series
Consultation Theory & Practice: A Handbook for School Social Workers,
Christine A. Sabatino, Oxford, 2014
The Domains and Demands of School Social Work Practice: A Guide to Working
Effectively with Students, Families & Schools, Michael S. Kelly, Oxford, 2008
Ethical Decision Making in School Mental Health, James C. Raines & Nic T. Dibble, 2011
Evidence Based Practice in School Mental Health, James C. Raines, Oxford, 2008
Functional Behavioral Assessment: a Three-Tiered Prevention Model, Kevin J. Filter
& Michelle Alvarez, Oxford, 2011
A New Model of School Discipline: Engaging Students and Prevention Behavior Problems, David R. Dupper, Oxford, 2010
School Based Practice with Children Experiencing Homelessness, James P. Canfield, Oxford, 2015
School Bullying: New Perspectives on a Growing Problem, David R. Dupper, Oxford, 2013
Solution Focused Brief Therapy in Schools: A 360 Degree View of Research and Practice,
Michael S. Kelly, Johnny S. Kim & Cynthia Franklin, Oxford, 2008
Truancy Prevention & Intervention: A Practical Guide, Lynn Bye, Michelle E. Alvarez, Janet Haynes & Cindy E. Sweigart, Oxford, 2010
Resources in the Current Era - 2
School Social Work History
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Most of the early materials were shared by school social workers who were once members of the National Association of School Social Workers. This site is a tribute to those colleagues from the past. In my quest to develop a bibliography of early school social work literature I had the good fortune of meeting leading school social workers active in the profession in the 30's, 40's, and 50's. They shared much original material.
Much of the early literature has been hidden and unavailable for the past 50 years. Collections of the early bulletins do not exist in libraries or on any other websites.
Today with the advent of online literature searches there is no need for a current school social work bibliography.
As a graduate student at the Jane Addams School of Social Work in 1973 I was a school social work intern when I began to gather items for a school social work bibliography. There were no textbooks for school social work, no journals, and no specific classes on school social work.