- Collaboratively Speaking: A study on effective ways to teach children with learning differences in the general education classroom. Schwab Learning
- No Child Left Behind: A-Z Index
- The Elementary & Secondary Education Act of NCLB
- Educating Our Children Together: A Sourcebook for Effective Family-School-Community Partnerships - Susanne Carter, Oct. 2003
- Set for Success: Building a Strong Foundation for School Readiness Based on the Social-Emotional Development of Young Children - The report indicates that before children can learn to read, they must learn basic social and emotional skills such as the ability to tolerate frustration and take direction. Set for Success recommends viewing social-emotional development and academic achievement as a continuum and not as separate entities; broadening this understanding to parents, teachers, caregivers, and policy makers; and providing training in this concept.
- The Scientific Base Linking Social and Emotional Learning to School Success (Joseph E. Zins, Michelle R. Bloodworth, Roger P. Weissberg, and Herbert J. Walberg)
- Evidence-Based Practice in School Mental Health - James C. Raines, Oxford University Press: Oxford Workshop Series, School Social Work Association of America, 20006
- This book explains the nuts and bolts of infusing research throughout school-based practices following the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Education. In clear, step-by-step detail, it provides the conceptual tools needed to locate, evaluate, and apply evidence in order to demonstrate positive outcomes for students.
- Pre-referral (CARE) Team Intervention Forms: The care team is a team of trained professionals who meet regularly to support their colleagues in educating children with challenging academic, emotional, behavioral, or discipline issues. Adapted, Nov. 2004
- Student/Teacher Matching Rubric: Tool for use with students that have difficulty taking responsibility for their behavior. C. Thiede, Apr. 2004
- Structured Observation Record: Observing students in various school settings provides useful information to the assessment process. C. Thiede, Apr. 2004
- Technical Assistance - Multiple Areas
- Colorado School Social Workers Association (CSSWA); Phone: 970-490-3224
- National Association of Social Workers (NASW); Phone: 303-753-8890
- School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA); Phone: 888-446-5291