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Message ID: 8988
Date: 2011-11-01

Author:Brodowski, Melissa (ACF)

Subject:FYI: Call for Papers Double Special Issue: 100 Year Of U.S. Children's Bureau's Professionalizing and Improving Child Welfare

FYI-- CALL FOR PAPERS Journal of Public Child Welfare Double Special Issue: 100 Year Of U.S. Children's Bureau's Professionalizing & Improving Child Welfare Deadline: December 1, 2011 In celebration of the U.S. Children's Bureau Centennial, the Journal of Public Child Welfare (JPCW) issues this as a call for papers to be included in a double special issue scheduled for publication Fall 2012. The goal of this double special issue is to feature the U.S. Children's Bureau's role in the professionalization of the child welfare workforce to improve services and outcomes for children and families and a vision for the future. Of particular interest are manuscripts with evidence of: · Title IV-E Partnerships impact on professionalizing the workforce and/or improved child and family outcomes, · institutionalizing child welfare within schools and departments of social work and professional organizations, · engaging child welfare stakeholders including non-profit agencies with improved child and family outcomes, and · community participation in and support for professionalizing child welfare. With support from and collaboration with the U.S. Children's Bureau (CB), the Journal of Public Child Welfare looks forward to publishing this double special issue. This issue invites the CB to write an historical overview of the CB's support and investments in the professionalization of the child welfare workforce and another article on the CB's vision for leading child welfare though the next century. For more information, visit: http://www.bu.edu/swrnet/call-for-papers-journal-of-public-child-welfare/

FYI-- CALL FOR PAPERS Journal of Public Child Welfare Double Special Issue: 100 Year Of U.S. Children's Bureau's Professionalizing & Improving Child Welfare Deadline: December 1, 2011 In celebration of the U.S. Children's Bureau Centennial, the Journal of Public Child Welfare (JPCW) issues this as a call for papers to be included in a double special issue scheduled for publication Fall 2012. The goal of this double special issue is to feature the U.S. Children's Bureau's role in the professionalization of the child welfare workforce to improve services and outcomes for children and families and a vision for the future. Of particular interest are manuscripts with evidence of: · Title IV-E Partnerships impact on professionalizing the workforce and/or improved child and family outcomes, · institutionalizing child welfare within schools and departments of social work and professional organizations, · engaging child welfare stakeholders including non-profit agencies with improved child and family outcomes, and · community participation in and support for professionalizing child welfare. With support from and collaboration with the U.S. Children's Bureau (CB), the Journal of Public Child Welfare looks forward to publishing this double special issue. This issue invites the CB to write an historical overview of the CB's support and investments in the professionalization of the child welfare workforce and another article on the CB's vision for leading child welfare though the next century. For more information, visit: http://www.bu.edu/swrnet/call-for-papers-journal-of-public-child-welfare/