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dc.contributor.authorBaltimore Council of Social Agencies
dc.descriptionForward by Alvin Thalheimer, President Baltimore Council of Social Agenciesen_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsForward; Summary: Is a school of social work needed in Maryland? 1. How many trained social workers are needed in Maryland? 2. What is the likely increase in the need for trained workers? 3. How many persons are interested in training? 4. Are the present training facilities sufficient? 5. What will be the likely effect of establishing a training school? 6. What should be the size, location and budget of a school of social work? 7. What do authorities say about the need? Appendices: I. Definition of social work; II. Description of kind of training needed by social workers; III. Characteristics of Maryland's social workers: A. Sex B. Age C. Education D. Length of service E. Position F. Membership in professional organization G. Geographic distribution H. Auspice and level of employing agencies I. Salaries; IV. Analysis of interest in social work training; V. Methods used in this study; VI. Reliability of survey data; VII. Sample questionnaires used; VIII. Detailed tables; IX. Notes and sources; X. Indexen_US
dc.subject.lcshSocial work education--Maryland--History--20th century
dc.subject.lcshUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work
dc.title1956 Study of the Need For a School of Social Work in Maryland: A study to bring up-to-date the need established in 1950 and to obtain additional indications of needen_US

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