WHAT IS RENAISSANCE EDUCATION?

Teachers love their job. Students thrive in school.

Renaissance is a suite of resources and events that help teachers love their job and students thrive in school. It is a customizable framework focused on culture and climate, unlike the many rigid educational programs that come in and out of vogue.

Provided at no cost to Jostens customers, schools have used the Renaissance framework for more than 30 years to improve:

  • Academic achievement & graduation rates
  • Attendance
  • Behavior
  • Teacher morale & school spirit

If you want your school to be known for positivity, strong relationships and achievement, Renaissance is the answer.

A Customizable Framework

The Jostens Renaissance Results Formula helps schools tie their mission and vision to specific and proven tactics. Those tactics are then supported by not only a robust set of resources and events, but also a vibrant community of supportive educators.

The Results Formula™

Respect + Recognize + Reward + Reinforce + Relationships = Results™

The Results Formula™ from Jostens Renaissance is a framework that can be used to create a supportive culture of achievement in your school. It works like this: Identify the values that you RESPECT and then RECOGNIZE and REWARD actions you want to see. REINFORCE your values through traditions and words, while looking for ways to create strong RELATIONSHIPS. All of this drives RESULTS.

RESPECT

Renaissance schools show respect to what they regard as important. And while every school can have their own twist or area of focus, Renaissance schools, as a whole, show respect to academic performance, character development and to the staff and faculty (Staffulty) dedicated to helping students succeed.

RECOGNIZE

Renaissance creates an energized culture of recognition that runs broad and deep. It’s a culture that is purposeful in identifying achievements of all stakeholders and thoughtful in recognizing them. A Renaissance culture is focused on catching students (and educators) doing something awesome.

REWARD

Renaissance schools reward students for actions and achievements that align with what the school respects. There are many examples of Renaissance rewards — each of them serves to show appreciation to the efforts of students and teachers, to reinforce the behaviors that are valued and respected at school, and to provide motivation for more achievements. By implementing a system of rewards, schools can illustrate the benefits of hard work.

REINFORCE

If academic performance, character development and Staffulty are most important, that message should be reinforced with all stakeholders all year long. The physical appearance of your school, visual reminders of graduation and college goals and an everyday culture of respect and recognition all work together to reinforce your values.

RELATIONSHIPS

Relationships are the foundation for all the work that takes place in a school, especially culture work. Relationships can be started and strengthened in small ways, with intentional conversations and easy meet-and-greet activities, or in big ways, like Renaissance Rally events and teacher appreciation traditions.

RESULTS

When students and educators work together to respect student character, academic excellence and Staffulty, and when they recognize, reward and reinforce achievements in these areas in fun and meaningful ways, that leads to results. Those results are why Renaissance has been around more than 30 years. It works. Jostens Renaissance has been tested, refined and customized in thousands of schools across North America. Grades go up. Tardiness  goes down. Graduation rates improve. Relationships are built. And morale goes through the roof, creating a climate and culture where everyone feels and knows that they matter.

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