Charles Irwin Schottland


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(1906–1994) Charles Schottland was a leader in social welfare policy making and administration in state, national, and international agencies and the founder of an innovative school of advanced studies in social welfare at Brandeis University. As an educator he brought a wealth of practical and political experience, mostly in government organizations, to academia.


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