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Universities are uniquely positioned to provide the very best training opportunities to public child welfare workers. However, university–child welfare agency training partnerships require a significant commitment of time and resources by university personnel at a time of extensive state cuts to public higher education. This national survey of university partnership administrators found significant differences among university respondents involving length of the contractual relationship, matching dollar requirements, and overall satisfaction with the training partnership.
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Marx, J.D.; Wells, M. University-State Child Welfare Training Partnerships: The Challenge of Matching Dollar Contributions. Adm. Sci. 2013, 3, 221-236.
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