Detroit, MI (PRWEB) May 03, 2012
Wren's Research and Consulting, an educational consulting company, announces the launch of the DoctorWren website, http://www.doctorwren.com and twitter account, @DoctorWren. The ultimate purpose of the website and twitter account is to provide accurate, useful, timely, and up-to-the-minute information about all things related to education for all consumers of education.
Wren’s Research and Consulting is an educational consulting company based in Detroit, Michigan and has done its part in supporting school improvement efforts in the city, state, and nation as well. Wren’s Research and Consulting was started to help struggling schools find their way to student growth, success, and achievement. Wren's Research and Consulting has analyzed student data on state and local tests and has provided school administrators with insightful results that they have used to meet Adequate Yearly Progress as well as other No Child Left Behind indicators. Now, Wren's Research and Consulting is adding another dimension to its repertoire and is going to the World Wide Web.
DoctorWren, http://www.doctorwren.com, is a website that is devoted to all things education from K-12 to higher education. The goal of Wren's Research and Consulting is to make the DoctorWren website the primary education portal for parents, students, educators, researchers, and policy makers. On the DoctorWren website, timely and helpful information regarding anything related to education will be provided to the visitor to be used to make knowledgeable decisions about the education issues that are important to the visitor.
Indeed. On the DoctorWren website, http://www.doctorwren.com, an evaluation of the U. S. Department of Education’s Analysis of State Anti-Bullying Laws and Policies can be found. The evaluation on DoctorWren determined that Kansas and Minnesota had the weakest anti-bullying laws while New Jersey and the state of Washington had the strongest anti-bullying laws.
Additionally, the DoctorWren website, http://www.doctorwren.com, has a thorough review of The Completion Arch recently released by the College Board Advocacy and Policy Center. The Completion Arch was designed to provide appropriate metrics to measure community colleges as opposed to the amalgamation of community colleges with four-year institutions. The review found The Completion Arch to have good qualities but lacking in several substantial areas. Information for parents, teachers, students, and administrators can be found on DoctorWren as well.
The DoctorWren website is the gateway for news, views, products, services, resources, and so much more for all things related to education and for all consumers of education. And, for up-to-the-minute education information, the DoctorWren twitter account, @DoctorWren, is the solution.