Michigan Reading Association
Empowering all Michigan Students and Educators through Literacy
The Michigan Reading Journal is the peer-reviewed journal of the Michigan Reading Association, which is composed of and serves classroom teachers, literacy specialists, instructional coaches, educational leaders, teacher educators, and university faculty. The journal publishes on diverse topics related to literacy, including: reading, writing, speaking, listening, visual literacy, digital literacy, adolescent literacy, assessment, intervention, family and adult literacy, literature for children and young adults, and professional development and teacher education in literacy.
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The Michigan Reading Journal is seeking educators and academics to serve on the journal’s editorial review board. This volunteer role involves reading and reviewing 1-3 manuscripts and/or other forms of submissions per year in your preferred areas of interest and expertise. The call for submissions at the end of this issue describes the kinds of pieces the editorial review board considers for publication. If you would like to review research manuscripts (qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed-methods), you should have formal training in research methods and be familiar with the appropriate standards for research design, methods, and writing. If you would like to review practitioner pieces, such as teaching ideas and resources, you should have experience as a classroom educator. If you are interested in serving on the editorial review board, please email the MRJ team at MRJ@msu.edu with the following information: