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Over the years, SSWAA has developed numerous Resolution Statements to address issues of importance to School Social Workers at the local, state and national levels.  

Click on title for Complete Statement. Please feel free to use in your own advocacy efforts!  If you are interested in developing or updating SSWAA Resolution Statements or your state already has a Resolution Statement that you would like to share, please contact us.


Recently Added Resolution Statements

Charter Schools

Supervision of School Social Workers

Bullying Prevention


Resolution Statements

SSWAA Endorses Supportive School Discipline Practices

 School Social Work Supports the Educational and Civil Rights of Transgender Students

Best Practices in Supporting and Addressing the Needs of Students Who Experience Grief

School Social Work Encourages the Development of Trauma Informed Schools

School Social Work and Common Core: Aligning Practice with National Standards

A Technical Assistance Guide 

Advocating for the Medicaid School-Based Services Program 

Advocating for the Use of the Title:  "School Social Worker"   

Clinical School Social Work:  Responding to the Mental Health Needs of Students

Educational Rights for Students with Social Maladjustment

Effective School Staffing Model:  Teaming School Counselors, School Psychologists, and School Social Workers-- Joint Statement


Federal Education Funding Priorities 

Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavioral Intervention Plans 

Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Bisexual and Questioning Youth 

Help to Prevent Bullying  

Helping Students Stay in School 

Highly Qualified School Social Worker Definition 

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

NASW School Social Work Standards  

Professional Development and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act 

Psychotropic Medications and School 

School Safety:  The School Social Work Role in Violence Prevention

School Social Work and Groupwork 

School Social Work in Host Settings 

School Social Work Services 

School Social Work Training Programs    

School Social Worker Staffing Needs Ratio     

School Social Workers and Confidentiality 

School Social Workers and the Privacy of Minors 

School Social Workers' Role in Addressing Students' Mental Health Needs and Increasing Academic Achievement   

Threats to Educational Funding and Professional Educators 


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