July 27, 2017

The lowdown on the Renaissance Growth Alliance

By Sally Searby, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships   The perfect combination Eggs and bacon. Bagels and cream cheese. Peanut butter and jelly. Think about these partnerships for a moment. Besides making you hungry, what do they have in common? […]
July 13, 2017

Personalized learning: Innovation? Or mere invention?

By Gene Kerns, EdD, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer   Time will tell… I believe that one of the most useful definitions of innovation comes from the US Department of Education. It’s a particularly good definition because it considers […]
June 29, 2017

More insight, more time, more student growth: introducing Renaissance Flow 360

By Anu Jokinen, Math Enthusiast Research has shown that differentiated instruction and personalized practice leads to two important things in the classroom—increased student engagement and improved student outcomes. It can also reinvigorate the teaching experience—allowing teachers to connect with students […]
June 29, 2017

New thinking about RTI within the MTSS framework

By Jan Bryan, EdD, Vice President, National Education Officer; Laurie Borkon, Vice President, Government Affairs; & Eric Stickney, Director, Education Research   Introduction The positive impact of Response to Intervention (RTI) over the past 40 years, plus the recent emphasis […]