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Aims & Scope

The International Literacy Association (ILA) defines literacy as “The ability to identify, understand, interpret, create, compute, and communicate using visual, audible, and digital materials across disciplines and in any context.” Guided by this definition, GJL welcomes submissions of diverse work across the literacy spectrum, including, but not limited to, research in: emergent and early reading and writing instruction, comprehension, reading across the curriculum, new literacies, critical literacies, and teacher education in literacy. A particular aim of this journal is to foster the dissemination of scholarly activities by and for Georgia teachers of reading advocates, but more general work is also welcome.