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ILA’s robust body of resources supports literacy professionals and educators from every corner of the world, at every stage of their career.

  • Journals

    ILA’s three peer-reviewed journals—The Reading Teacher, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, and Reading Research Quarterly—offer a mix of classroom-friendly activities and multidisciplinary scholarship on literacy among learners of all ages.

  • Standards for the Preparation of Literacy Professionals

    ILA’s standards focus on the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for effective educational practice by role and highlight current research and evidence-based practices in curriculum, instruction, assessment, and leadership.

  • Position Statements

    ILA’s statements, briefs, advisories, advocacy toolkits, and more not only address key issues, topics, and trends in literacy education but also invite discourse.

  • Literacy Glossary

    ILA has identified and defined a collection of terms critical to discussions on literacy research and instruction, creating a shared vocabulary for the field.

  • Literacy Today

    ILA’s member magazine shares insights and ideas on high-quality literacy research and classroom instruction—empowering and inspiring articles and stories for and by literacy professionals across our global network.


Looking for high-quality resources on a specific topic? Here are some additional ways to explore all that ILA has to offer.

  • ILA Resource Collections

    Perfect for literacy coaches, principals, PD providers, and teacher educators, ILA’s line of Resource Collections are designed to drive professional development through a carefully curated selection of videos, journal articles, magazine features, instructional practices, and more.

  • Resources by Topic

    For lists of the most current and exciting resources on literacy coaching, children’s literature, struggling readers, and more, check out the Resources by Topic pages.

    Perfect for: Classroom teachers, reading specialists, literacy coaches, teacher educators, and other literacy professionals

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