Clearinghouse for Economic Well-Being

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The Clearinghouse for Economic Well-Being in Social Work Education is a national platform for the dissemination of teaching resources and tools to assist social work faculty members to integrate a more economic informed perspective in their classrooms. The clearinghouse was made possible with generous funding from the Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics Foundation, Inc. and the New York Community Trust.

 

Deadline Extended! Call for Economic Well-Being Curricular Materials

CSWE, in partnership with the Center for Social Development, is soliciting materials from faculty for a new Curricular Guide for Practice in Economic Well-Being. Submission deadline has been extended to Thursday, December 22, 2016. Please fill out the cover sheet and e-mail with the curricular material in Word format, including your name, affiliation, and contact information, to Erin Bascug (ebascug@cswe.org). Download the flyer for more details.

 

Recently Updated! Working Definition of Economic Well-Being

‚ÄčThe working definition of economic well-being was updated in October 2016 after integrating feedback from the project work group and external reviewers.

 

2016 APM Presentation

Download the slides from our 2016 APM presentation to learn more about the project, resources for faculty, and the call for curricular materials.

 

Navigating the Clearinghouse

Clearinghouse resources have been organized in the following categories:

Bibliographies are lists of resources on a variety of topics relevant to economic well-being.

Data offer databases, links to survey data, and summary tables of data.

Films and Media offer links to presentations by speakers on a variety of topics.

Lectures are conference presentations.

Reports and Publications offer government publications, journal articles, and white papers of organizations.

Syllabi for undergraduate and graduate courses have been contributed by faculty members.

Teaching Curricula and Modules offer case studies, class exercises, curriculum outlines, modules, and lists of suggested readings.

Websites offer links to external webites.

 

If you have questions about this project or would like to submit materials for inclusion in the clearinghouse, please contact CSWE staff.