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In August of 1997, the CDSS formed the CMS Support Branch within the Children and Family Services Division in an effort to bring a programmatic and policy perspective to bear on the resolution of issues that arose as CWS/CMS was implemented and became operational. Progress, as such, is no longer used as a term to describe social change as the reforms of the post-war period, such as poverty reduction and gender equity, slow and even reverse. Students and their families are often referred to social workers to deal with problems such as aggressive behavior, bullying, or frequent absences from school.

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Publisher: Rutgers University Press (June 1, 2000)


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