Meniu rapid
Echipa redacţională urează un călduros Bun venit doamnei profesor Lena Dominelli si domnului profesor Malcolm Payne, două personalităţi recunoscute la nivel internaţional în domeniul asistenţei sociale, care au acceptat ca începând cu nr. 1/2010 să facă parte din Advisory Board al Revistei de Asistenţă Socială.
Revista este indexata in ProQuest,EBSCO, Social Work Abstracts, CEEOL,Index Copernicus,SCIPIO,GESIS,IBSS si ERIH+

Revista este acreditata B+ de catre CNCSIS

Home > Arhiva > 2019 > Numar: 4 > Modele de practică, roluri şi standarde profesionale în asistenţa socială şcolară,în contextul european actual

 Modele de practică, roluri şi standarde profesionale în asistenţa socială şcolară,în contextul european actual [Practice Models, Roles and Professional Standards of School Social Work in the Current European Context]

  • Ramona Pura (Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, B-dul 21 Decembrie 1989, No.128, Cluj-Napoca, România, Phone +40264424674, E-mail:

School social work is a growing specialty worldwide and this tendency can be noticed in Europe, too. At this moment, all over the world, there are currently school social workers professionals in about 50 countries, all being part of International Network for School Social Work. Ideally, a multi-disciplinary team should include a school social worker which ensures a proper educational environment by assisting those individuals who are marginalized by poverty, disability and any other personal or social problems. The article describes several systems of school social work practice models and professional standards in some European countries, by highlighting the key moments in the emergence and the growth of this social work specialty. All these key moments are connected to the approaches according to which schools must include all children, whatever the abilities or disabilities, diverse backgrounds or wide-ranging problems presented are. At some point, all the educational systems presented in this paper understood that schools are charged with preparing youth for life in an increasingly complex and changing world and is highly necessary to approach a more flexible model of education to do this.

Keywords: school social work, European context, multi-disciplinary team, students’ wellbeing