About the Journal

Georgia Journal of Literacy is the peer-reviewed, open-access publication of the Georgia Association of Literacy Advocates (GALA), an affiliate of the International Literacy Association (ILA). We publish research- and practitioner-based articles related to language and literacy education at all levels. We welcome the voices of all literacy advocates, from literacy scholars and researchers, PK–12 classroom teachers and school leaders, and graduate students throughout Georgia and beyond. Our editorial review board, readership, and authorship are nationally representative.

Editors: Drs. Bethany L. Scullin and Robert A. Griffin, University of West Georgia ([email protected])

Current Issue

Vol. 44 No. 1 (2021)
Georgia Journal of Literacy (Fall 2021)

Among the challenges that COVID-19 has put upon educators, there are many things to celebrate. Chief among them are the unsung heroes who led efforts to devise novel ways of teaching literacy online. Each of the articles in this issue highlights the heroes who rose to the many challenges that educators face, not just as a result of unforeseen events like pandemics, but on an everyday basis. We have much to celebrate – our students, our teachers, and our resilience.

Editor: Dr. Shannon Tovey, Kennesaw State University 

Published: 12/02/2021
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