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The Reading League Journal (TRLJ) is the only peer-reviewed publication focused solely on the science of reading and designed to bridge research-to-practice.
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Sneak Peek Articles
The Importance of Phonemic Awareness Instruction for African American Students by Ramona T. Pittman, Marianne Rice, Esther Garza, and Myriam J. Guerra
Design and Methodology in the Science of Reading by Christopher Schatschneider, Dana Santangelo, Christine M. White, Cristian E. Vasquez, and Emma D. Friedmann
The “Reading Brain” is Taught, Not Born: Evidence From the Evolving Neuroscience of Reading for Teachers and Society by Rebecca Gotlieb, Laura Rhinehart, and Maryanne Wolf
Five Action Steps for School and District Leaders Implementing the Science of Reading by Dena Mortensen
Why State Reading Tests Are Poor Benchmarks of Student Success by Hugh W. Catts
Brick by Brick: Landmark Studies on Reading Development, Assessment, and Instruction for Students Who Are English Learners by Isabel Vargas, Colby Hall, and Emily Solari
What Does Science Say About Orton-Gillingham Interventions? An Explanation and Commentary on the Stevens et al. (2021) Meta-Analysis by Emily Solari, Yaacov Petscher, and Colby Hall
Brick by Brick: A Series of Landmark Studies Pointing to the Importance of Early Reading Intervention by Emily Solari, Colby Hall, and Anita McGinty
Interview with Timothy Shanahan, a Member of the National Reading Panel
The Article that Introduced the Simple View of Reading by David A. Kilpatrick
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