Colorado Reading Journal

The Colorado Journal is published in the fall and spring of each year and is sent to more than 5,000 educators across Colorado and surrounding states. The Journal publishes articles that address topics, issues, and events of interest and value to teachers, specialists, and administrators involved in literacy education at all levels.

The Journal publishes Feature Articles (3000-4000 words) that may include:
• Descriptions of instructional practices based on theory
• Research and/or practical experience
• Research articles based on original research
• Commentaries on or analyses of issues related to literacy practice
• Profiles or interviews of literacy professionals, authors, and illustrators of children's books
The Journal will also include shorter articles (1000-2500 words) that offer specific classroom practices that are grounded in research and can easily be implemented by readers in any of the following categories:
• Children's and Young Adult Literature in the Classroom
• Digital Literacies and Innovative Classroom Practices
• Instructional Ideas to Support Diverse Learners
• Effective Writing Instruction

Editors/Review Board

Co-Editor: Suzette Youngs, University of Northern Colorado
Co-Editor: Christine Kyser, University of Northern Colorado
Assistant Editor: Kimberli Bontempo, University of Northern Colorado
For a list of the review board, please click here.

Contact the Editors

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