Growing in solidarity to humanize literacy research and practice.
Esteemed Education Policy Expert to Speak at #LRA2022
Dr. Angela Valenzuela, a renowned education policy expert, has committed to speak at the Literacy Research Association’s 72nd Annual Meeting.
Shooting in Uvalde, TX
Once again and too soon, read LRA’s official statement on the tragic events that recently took place in Uvalde, TX.
Statement on Recent Murders in Buffalo and Orange County
Read LRA’s official statement on the tragic events that recently took place across the country.
The purpose of the Literacy Research Report is to identify and define critical issues of interest to LRA and to synthesize the research in that area looking at the strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of the issue as well as directions for the future.
LRA is a community of scholars, dedicated to promoting research that enriches the knowledge, understanding, and development of lifespan literacies in a multicultural and multilingual world.