Saturday, June 28, 2014

Can MORE Training Really Increase the Efficiency of the Child Protective AGENCY Employees?

Came across this Graph the other day and thought it was most interesting.

Have reviewed many of the States' Recommendations when the Child Protective AGENCY is reviewed for their Performances. One of the MOST common recommendations is that:
  • We must have more TRAINING for our employees so they can do a Better Job to:
       1. Protect our Children and Prevent the Evils of child abuse and neglect.
 Yes, preventing child abuse is a goal for all of us. However, this graph is about your IQ... And unless I am mistaken it is pretty hard to change one's IQ no matter how much training, education, etc. there is.

So check out this graph and see where Social Workers fall upon this chart. Hey, I didn't create this data. But, if you want to check out the source, go here:

Average IQ of students by
college major and gender ratio

By Randy Olson
June 25, 2014

So there you have it. 

BTW if you are a Parent, who has been allegedly accused of Child Abuse and have been or are involved with the Child Protective AGENCY, take a moment and complete this Survey>> Learn More
About this Survey
  • The Primary Purpose of the Survey Project is to determine the "Communication" between the AGENCY, and others involved when one is accused of alleged child abuse. 
    • Many of us believe that there is a severe lack of communication as outlined in the very Statutes, Policies and Procedures, and those in the Agency, courts, etc. are not following.
  • By no means should anyone deny that there is true child abuse. However, it is vital that when one is accused of child abuse, we all have the right to speak up and be heard and listened to and/or given guidance in the many challenges that come with raising a family.
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