Community Organization and Social Administration presents a unique constellation of perspectives from scholars, researchers, and practitioners grounded in macro theories, practice, and education. Drawing upon the knowledge and experiences of social workers and other community-based professionals, this book provides a rich cross-section of models and strategies for those engaged in social change in the community, agency, and school or university. The chapters include data-based practice principles and guidelines for action.This book is a must for those who are teaching and practicing in community service, community change, and planning settings. Others who would benefit from the book include administrators of social service and community agencies; classroom teachers, field instructors, and students in organizing, planning, policy, and administration; policy analysts, program developers, and grant officers; and leaders and organizers of social change organizations, networks, and coalitions.Community Organization and Social Administration incorporates papers presented at the Symposia on Community Organization and Social Administration held at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education. The papers are edited by members of the Association on Community Organizing and Social Administration (ACOSA).