ILA journals are written by experts—literacy educators, leaders, advocates, and researchers—who are passionate about literacy and the best in their fields. All of our titles—The Reading Teacher, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, and Reading Research Quarterly—translate the latest literacy research into evidence-based strategies you can use in your classroom.
The most popular journal for educators of literacy learners up to age 12, offering high-quality, evidence-based teaching tips and ideas plus the teacher perspective.
The Reading Teacher is currently edited by Diane Barone and Marla Mallette (Vols. 65–69). Submissions are being adjudicated by incoming editors Jan Lacina and Robin Griffith (Vols. 70–74). More information on the RT Editorial Board can be found here.
The ONLY literacy-focused journal for teachers of older learners, providing high-quality, classroom-tested ideas as well as reflections on literacy trends, issues, and research.
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy is currently edited by Margaret Carmody Hagood and Emily Neil Skinner (Vols. 56–59). Submissions are being adjudicated by incoming editors Kelly Chandler-Olcott and Kathleen Hinchman (Vols. 60–64). More information on the JAAL Editorial Board can be found here.
The leading global journal offering multidisciplinary scholarship on literacy among learners of all ages, including the latest research studies (methods, results, effects, findings, and implications).
Reading Research Quarterly is currently edited by Linda B. Gambrell and Susan B. Neuman (Vols. 48–54). More information on the RRQ Editorial Board can be found here.
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