Want to get the most out of your Renaissance practice and assessment solutions? Ready to learn different ways to ensure students experience measurable growth in reading and math? Want to be recognized for all that you do to support your students’ success?
If you answered yes, you should participate in the Renaissance National Honor Roll.
National Honor Roll is designed to help guide educators to data targets that research has shown result in greater student growth through implementation best practices. It is available to teachers, librarians, and school administrators. Each school year, National Honor Roll recognizes educators and their students who are utilizing Renaissance solutions with fidelity and achieving data targets, resulting in measurable student growth. (Check out the educators who achieved National Honor Roll in 2017–18 here.)
For 2018–19, in addition to Renaissance Accelerated Reader® and Renaissance Accelerated Math® recognition programs, we’ve added new recognition programs for those using Renaissance Star Assessments®, Renaissance myON Reader™, or Renaissance myON News™, powered by News-O-Matic!
During the 2018–19 school year, complete implementation strategy activities and discussions within Renaissance Royals. (Not a member? Click here to join now.) One National Honor Roll activity is published per month, totaling eight activities spread throughout the year.
Monitor student data to ensure students are experiencing success and continued growth.
After completing all eight activities, submit your student data in the spring from the 2018–19 school year. (Note that it’s important the student data meets the set achievement targets.)
That’s it! You’re now a member of the National Honor Roll.
The perks of making National Honor Roll? You’ll receive a recognition kit, be featured on our website, and be a model Renaissance educator! Get started now and join Renaissance Royals to see the first National Honor Roll activity.
As the Customer Advocacy Coordinator at Renaissance and an ardent supporter of educators, Carol enjoys hosting the Renaissance Royals community and managing the Renaissance National Honor Roll. She has been employed at Renaissance for more than 24 years. Her other passions include gardening, reading, and traveling. She’s also an anglophile and is fond of all things British.