A&M Commerce Team join together to edit TJLE until 2025Read more about TJLE Has A NEW Editorial Team!
Welcome to the new online home of the Texas Journal of Literacy Education. This is the official journal of the Texas Association of Literacy Education (TALE), the state affiliate of the International Literacy Association.
As the new editorial team of TJLE, we are excited to continue the strong tradition of previous editors by expanding the reach and impact of the journal. Journals like TJLE play such an important role in the dissemination of research because the audience includes both researchers and K-12 practioners. We value original research and insights from all voices and encourage you to submit your work. TJLE is committed to providing a forum for a variety of voices and viewpoints.
We look forward to your submissions!
Your new editors from Texas Woman's University's Department of Reading
Amy Burke, PhD, Lead Editor
Elizabeth Kaye, PhD, Associate Editor
Mandy Stewart, PhD, Associate Editor
Connie Briggs, PhD, Associate Editor
The Texas Journal of Literacy Education is the official journal of the Texas Association for Literacy Education (TALE), the Texas affiliate of the International Literacy Association. TJLE is a peer-reviewed journal published twice each year, in the fall and spring. We seek original research and practitioner articles related to language and literacy practices, from early childhood through adult, inside and outside of the classroom. We welcome all voices from literacy researchers, classroom teachers, and graduate students. We are happy to answer questions about potential submissions. Please email us at email@example.com.Read more about CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
From Texas A & M - Commerce, TJLE will now be led by Dr. Kamshia Childs, Dr. Juan Araujo, and Dr. Laura Slay.
The Texas Journal of Literacy Education (TJLE) is seeking a new editor or editorial team to begin a three-year term in October 2021. TJLE is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research and practical articles that are related to literacy education. The editor (or co-editors) of TJLE is appointed by the Texas Association of Literacy Education Board of Directors.Read more about TJLE Call for Editors
TJLE is now accepting reviews of professional texts
Join us on October 23 for a Twitter chat with Dr. Bethany Scullin, author of the recently published TJLE article 'I Can't Find No Black Books': Helping African-American Males Find Books They Want to Read".Read more about Twitter chat with TJLE Author Dr. Bethany Scullin