AASSWAssociation of Schools of Social Work (est. 1919)
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Presidents of a number of state universities and land grant colleges, displeased with certain of the AASSW accrediting standards, initiated a campaign to get rid of them.
For example, in 1932 AASSW, which had a casework focus, established the requirement that schools of social work must offer a two-year master's degree in social work.
By 1939 the AASSW established a policy that only two-year graduate-level programs could be full members of the Association" (Austin, 1986, p.