When Emily Brooker decided to sue Missouri State University over a grade she received, it set in motion a series of actions that still reverberate. Brooker was a student in the undergraduate social work program and by all accounts highly motivated to engage in a career as a professional social worker. Her particular interests were in the area of child welfare. There are several lessons to be learned from examining Brooker’s experience at MSU.
MSU student’s stance brings about change
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