Associate Specialist, California Child Welfare Indicators Project (CCWIP)
JOE MAGRUDER serves as an associate specialist for Berkeley Social Welfare's California Child Welfare Indicators Project (CCWIP).
Dr. Magruder is a social work researcher who specializes is analyzing longitudinal administrative data to understand children’s experience in the child welfare system. He is especially interested in long-term effect of child welfare decisions on children’s lives.
Dr. Magruder came to Berkeley after working as a child welfare program specialist for the California Department of Social Services for several decades where he focused on the system changes necessary to realize permanency. He is an adoptive parent who lives with his wife in Berkeley.
- Child Welfare
Putnam-Hornstein, E., Schneiderman, J., Cleves, M., Magruder, J., & Krous, H. (2013) A
Putnam-Hornstein, E., Webster, D., Needell, B., Magruder, J. (2011) A public health approach
Shaw, T.V., Putnam-Hornstein, E., Magruder, J., & Needell, B. (2008). Measuring racial
Magruder, J., Shaw, T.V. (2008). Children ever in care: An examination of cumulative
Magruder, J (1994). Characteristics of relative and non-relative adoptions by California public