Social work licensing exam report reveals large disparities in pass rates among age, racial groups
A recent report shows that white test takers are far more likely to pass the social work licensing exam than people of color or older test takers. The Association of Social Work Boards faces calls to re-examine the test and, at the very least, temporarily stop offering it.
Blaise Mesa of the Kansas News Service reports.
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