• JoLLE's Statement Regarding Black Lives

    In the last few months we have experienced the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd; the subsequent protests; the systemic racism of public institutions; the death of members of the Black community in far higher numbers than others from COVID-19; and the pain of so many. These incidents demonstrate what so many people have known for far too long: That Black lives do not matter in the hearts and minds of far too many people in our country, and that the cost is immeasurable and devastating.

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  • Volume 16(1) of JoLLE is here!

    Volume 16(1) of JoLLE is now available! Listen to podcasts with the authors and view the Research Articles, Voices from the Field Articles, Academic Book Reviews, Children's and Young Adult Book Reviews, and Poetry, Fiction, and Visual Art pieces included in this issue.

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  • Aims and Scope

    The Journal of Language & Literacy Education is a double-masked, peer-reviewed, open access, scholarly journal housed in the Department of Language & Literacy Education in the College of Education at The University of Georgia. JoLLE publishes two issues each year: one in the fall and one in the spring.

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  • Manuscript Submissions:

    JoLLE accepts manuscripts year-round. We are currently accepting manuscripts for our Fall 2020 issue. The deadline for submission is Sunday, September 13, 2020. All submissions should meet the journal’s guidelines.

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  • Take 2

    The Take 2 is a new monthly feature meant to highlight a past JoLLE article and author. As JoLLE celebrates its 10th year in publication, we hope revisiting these articles will give readers a sense of how the journal has evolved as well as its ongoing contribution to the field of language and literacy education.

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Current Issue

Spring 2020, Volume 16(1)

Take 2

Monthly feature highlighting a past JoLLE article and author.

Scholars Speak Out

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Op-eds by leading scholars in the field of language and literacy.


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