Lawmakers eye social worker shortage

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Low pay, challenging work and years of declining state funding have made it difficult to hire and keep qualified social workers in Kansas. Making matters worse, advocates say, is the state’s unusually high certification and work experience requirements. In a move to address the shortage, Kansas lawmakers ...

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