Why bullying is not effectively handled in the schools
with Dr. Wren
Dr. Wren, a former public school teacher, current college professor, published author, and educational researcher joins the show. She brings to us 20 years of knowledge and insight into the world of education and our topic today which is bullying.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Wren discuss the following:
- From a school teacher's perspective, why do you think bullying is not effectively handled in the schools?
- If a student is being bullied, what can that student or parent do to bring attention to the situation?
- As an educational researcher, you analyzed the U. S. Department of Education's report on state anti-bullying laws and policies. What did you determine from that report?
- Would you say that with more higher level attention being brought to bullying that one day bullying can be eradicated in the schools?
- If I see a form of bullying in the street, or anywhere in any form what would you reccomend that I do that is wisest?
Dr. Wren is a former public school teacher, current college professor, published author, and educational researcher. She is the president and CEO of Wren's Research and Consulting, LLC an educational consulting company that focuses on continuous school improvement. She is a member of the Michigan Quality Council Board of Examiners who is responsible for assessing, recognizing, and ultimately awarding the Michigan Quality Leadership Award that is the highest recognition of performance excellence in the State of Michigan. Additionally, Dr. Wren is the owner of www.doctorwren.com. Doctorwren.com is devoted to becoming the central location for all things education.