Senghor disagrees with these views. To support his assertions, he maintains rightly that there are some young African intellectuals who have read Marx carelessly and are also uncured of the inferiority complex from colonialism. They consequently blame him for reducing the African, “mode of knowledge to pure emotion.” [xxii] They accuse him of denying that there is an African rationality and an African technology. Senghor refutes these notions and emphasizes that there is a white European civilization and a black African civilization and according to him their significance is to explain the reasons for prevailing differences. He says that, contrary to popular belief, emotion is not failure of consciousness but rather constitutes, “the accession to a higher state of consciousness.” [xxiii] It is the emotive attitude toward the world that explains African cultural values.
Employment of child, family, and school social workers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Child and family social workers will be needed to work with families to strengthen parenting skills, prevent child abuse, and identify alternative homes for children who are unable to live with their biological families. In schools, more social workers will be needed due to rising student enrollments. However, employment growth of child, family, and school social workers may be limited by federal, state, and local budget constraints.