The best educators we have worked with are not satisfied to merely achieve Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). They want to inspire students to greatness, not proficiency. They want to help students reach their fullest potential academically, socially, and professionally. The primary goal of MDed is to help all schools reach their fullest potential. At Multi-Dimensional Education Inc. we strive for the highest level of customer service and satisfaction possible. Our staff is dedicated to providing you with the services you need in a timely and efficient manner.
Here is a list of some of our more recent customers and partners in research:
- Rachel’s Challenge
- Love and Logic
- National Heritage Academies
- Ohio Partners in Character
- University of California, Irvine
- San Diego Unified School District, CA
- Lake Elsinore Unified School District, CA
- Santa Ana Unified School District, CA
- Orange County Department of Education, CA
- Modoc County Office of Education, CA
- Kalamazoo Public Schools, MI
- Holland Christian Schools, MI
- Austin Independent School District, TX
- Penta Career Center School District, OH
- East Syracuse-Minoa Central School District, NY
- Middle Township Public Schools, NJ
- North Adams Public Schools, MA
- Hillsborough County Public Schools, FL
- Hamilton County Schools (Chattanooga, TN)
- Guilford County Schools (Greensboro, NC)
- Winston-Salem County Schools (NC)
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Meet Our Experts
The three partners of MDED Inc. are internationally recognized for their unique expertise in education and assessment. They have extensively evaluated U.S. Department of Education grants, managed research efforts funded through the National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Justice, and are respected professors in education leadership, research methods, child development, and educational psychology. Each a former teacher and/or administrator at primary and secondary levels, public speaker, researcher, community activist, and author of manuscripts and books, our expert team will help your schools soar.
Dr. Michael W. Corrigan
Dr. Michael W. Corrigan is a well-published professor with expertise in Educational Psychology, Human Development, and Research Methods. Dr. Corrigan’s more recent large scale research projects include five U.S. Department of Education grant funded studies in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia; as well as a National Science Foundation grant collaborating with NASA that studies the impact of science-based inquiry on academic achievement in at-risk youth. Corrigan’s earlier research into the deviant behavior of youth in relation to community engagement was funded through the Department of Justice. Dr. Corrigan has taught within a juvenile detention system and is also the founder of the nonprofit Neighbor’s Day Initiative Group that seeks to build safer communities for youth. Corrigan’s community work has been featured in the Christian Science Monitor and other national publications.
Dr. Doug Grove
Dr. Doug Grove is a professor with an extensive background in Educational Leadership, Research Design and Methodology. As a respected professor, Grove has taught courses on classroom assessment, statistics, research design and accountability in education. Grove is well respected from coast to coast for providing outcome and process evaluation services to local and state education agencies. Dr. Grove’s broad experience in educational evaluation includes the management of numerous state and federal grants, as well as many other local education agency-based initiatives on the west coast. Dr. Grove has taught English, business, and physical education in public and private school settings. He has worked as a high school vice principal, the coordinator of a county office assessment unit, and school board member.
Dr. Philip Fitch Vincent
Dr. Philip Fitch Vincent, known to many as the voice of character education, and to others as the Poor Dr. Phil, brings more than 25 successful years of experience as an educator and an administrator to his consulting, grant project management, presentations, workshops, and many books. Dr. Vincent has taught grades K-12 as well as being a site and central office administrator. Dr. Vincent has done more than a thousand presentations and keynotes in more than 40 states and Canada. In November of 2007 he received the Sandy McDonald Award for Lifetime Achievement in the field of character education from the Character Education Partnership in Washington, DC. Phil was also given the Canadian Achievement Award in Character Education for his work in Ontario.