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Claire B. Gallant

social worker

Claire B. Gallant, American social worker. awarded to National Association Social Workers, New Haven, 1979– Board education Wallingford, Connecticut, 1958-1963; award Connecticut chapter 1981, professional award 1976), Connecticut Association School Social Workers.

Background

Gallant, Claire B. was born on March 17, 1923 in New Haven. Daughter of Anton F. and Winifred (Kling) Bradoc.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Southern Connecticut State College, 1943, 6th year certified 1972. Master of Social Work, University Denver, 1948.

Career

Head school social worker Hamden (Connecticut) Board Education, 1964-1967. Consultant, school social work services, hearing officer special education parent appeals, chief mediator special education parent appeals, Connecticut State Department Education, Hartford, 1967-1979. Principal trainer personnel preparation program, training for mediation skills in 9 states, Department Education Bureau of Handicapped grant awarded to National Association Social Workers, New Haven, 1979– Board education Wallingford, Connecticut, 1958-1963.

Board directors Stony Creek Association, since 1981.

Works

  • Author: Mediation in Special Education Disputes. Editorial board Social Work in Education. Contributor articles to publications in field.

Membership

Member National Association Social Workers (president Connecticut chapter, delegate 1981 Assembly, executive board Connecticut chapter, national committee on social work services, recipient first school social work award Connecticut chapter 1981, professional award 1976), Connecticut Association School Social Workers.

Connections

Married Edward B. Gallant, November 13, 1944. Children– Keith Bradoc, Anne Claire.

father:
Anton F. Bradoc

mother:
Winifred (Kling) Bradoc

spouse:
Edward B. Gallant

children:
Keith Bradoc Gallant

Anne Claire Gallant