Trabajo social escolar ante la situación de emergencia por el covid-19propuestas de intervención. School social work

  1. Kristina Jausoro Alzola
  2. Kontxi Ruiz de Aretxabaleta Ruiz de Arbulo
  3. Ángel Acebo Urrechu
  4. Amaia Sáez Alonso
  5. Rakel Oion Encina 1
  6. Edurne Aranguren Vigo 1
  1. 1 Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
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    Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea

    Lejona, España

    ROR https://ror.org/000xsnr85

Journal:
Servicios sociales y política social

ISSN: 1130-7633

Year of publication: 2020

Issue Title: Trabajo Social VS Covid

Issue: 1

Pages: 161-168

Type: Article

More publications in: Servicios sociales y política social

Abstract

The socio-sanitary crisis caused by COVID-19 has made the vulnerabilities of a weakened social and health system, as well as a high level of professionalism to face a previously unknown situation visible. Likewise, the school system has become a key focus to bring to light the importance of the functions it covers, beyond the merely academic one. School is a space for protection and social exclusion prevention in its multiple dimensions and cannot fail to be in a situation of lockdown. For this reason, School Social Work is a key professional a space for protection and social exclusion prevention in its, as well as for intermediation and coordination, both within the system itself and with other protection systems. For all these reasons, beyond the mere description of the facts, it presents some intervention strategies from School Social Work, both in the lockdown phase and in the phase of returning to school centers are presented. Likewise, a test of the socio-emotional situation of the students in the period of lockdown, with the aim of detecting situations of vulnerability in the students is provided. School Social Work must be prepared for social and / or health emergencies, in order to generate well-being, equity and social justice throughout the school system, including students, families and teachers.