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McCroskey (Jacquelyn) papers
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Description
Jacquelyn McCroskey is the John Milner Professor of Child Welfare in the Suzanne Dworack-Peck School of Social Work at USC, where she also directs the Children's Data Network, and focuses on structure, financing and performance improvement in the child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care and education systems in Los Angeles County. She is a member of the LA Roundtable for Children. She worked on LA County's first Children's Budget, helped create the LA County Children's Planning Council and developed a series of LA County Children's ScoreCards. She serves on LA County's Commission on Children and Families and the Policy Roundtable for Child Care and Development. The papers consist of program booklets, brochures, reports, and materials on program implementation for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, the Los Angeles County Children's Planning Council, and the LA Roundtable for Children.
Background
Jacquelyn McCroskey is the John Milner Professor of Child Welfare in the Suzanne Dworack-Peck School of Social Work at USC, where she also directs the Children's Data Network, and focuses on structure, financing and performance improvement in the child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care and education systems in Los Angeles County. She is a member of the LA Roundtable for Children. She worked on LA County's first Children's Budget, helped create the LA County Children's Planning Council and developed a series of LA County Children's ScoreCards. She serves on LA County's Commission on Children and Families and the Policy Roundtable for Child Care and Development.
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4 Linear Feet 4 boxes
Restrictions
The use of archival materials for on-site research does not constitute permission from the California Social Welfare Archives to publish them. Copyright has not been assigned to the California Social Welfare Archives, and the researcher is instructed to obtain permission from the copyright holder to quote from or publish manuscripts in the CSWA's collections.
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