This research highlights effective and inclusive education designed to address the dramatic overrepresentation of Indigenous families in North American public child welfare systems. The program provides a pathway to “decolonizing” social work education by honoring and integrating Indigenous knowledge into social work education to support culturally responsive child welfare.
A review of: Haight, W., Waubanascum, C., Glesener, D., Day, P. A., Bussey, B., & Nichols, K. (2019). The Center for Regional
and Tribal Child Welfare Studies: Reducing disparities through indigenous social work education. Children and
Youth Services Review, 156-166.