The CEW Research Archive is an information resource developed by the Dunspaugh-Dalton Community and Educational Well-Being Research Center (CEW). The CEW has as its purpose the creation of new knowledge and the training of the next generation of leaders, researchers and change agents in the field of Community and Educational Well-Being. Sponsored by the Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, and housed at the University of Miami's School of Education, the CEW is committed to promoting individual, interpersonal, institutional, and community well-being. We do this by studying the educational, psychological, physical, and social determinants of well-being, by training leaders in these areas, and by building capacity in the community for risk prevention and transformational practices.
The CEW Research Archive has been created to provide access to literature and other media that support understanding and knowledge acquisition in all aspects of Community and Educational Well-Being. As the CEW Research Archive grows it will become a resource for the general public, practitioners, students and specialized researchers interested in issues of individual, relational, educational and community well-being. A glossary found on the CEW website defines the terms used in the classification adopted as the primary subject arrangement for materials added to the CEW Research Archive
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