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Reducing Disparities through Indigenous Social Work Education.pdf

This paper highlights effective and inclusive education designed to address the dramatic overrepresentation of Indigenous families in North American public child welfare systems including a pathway to "decolonizing" social work education by honoring and integrating Indigenous knowledge into social work education to support culturally responsive child welfare.