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2023 State of Social Work Report + Infographic

We’re incredibly excited to share our first “State of Social Work” report with the world of Social Workers. The report is derived from 272 responses from the Social Work community collected in December 2022. It’s our sincere hope that the

ASWB Myths and Misconceptions

At Agents of Change, we work with thousands of students studying for the Bachelors, Masters, and Clinical level ASWB exams. When we’re first working with students, we often hear about various ASWB myths and misconceptions. These myths and misconceptions often

2023 ASWB Exam Updates – Bachelors, Masters, and Clinical Exams

Why is ASWB Making Changes? “We always have to balance security concerns with the comfort of the test-takers. These new measures illustrate ASWB’s commitment to evaluating existing procedures and revising them based on both feedback from test-takers and evidence of

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HIV, AIDS, and the ASWB Exam

The world of Social Work is diverse and expansive, much like the challenges it seeks to address. One particular challenge that continues to test the mettle of Social Workers worldwide is the ongoing HIV/AIDS crisis. This crisis is not merely

Domestic Violence and the ASWB Exam

If you’re prepping for the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) exam, you’re likely knee-deep in study guides, flashcards, and practice tests, meticulously combing through potential exam material. And rightly so! This examination is a pivotal milestone in a Social

Team Dynamics: Supervision and Consultation with Social Work Colleagues

In the diverse field of Social Work, two key components play a pivotal role in shaping an effective professional: Supervision and consultation with colleagues. These twin pillars facilitate continuous learning, promote professional development, and foster a collaborative environment. This article