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Keywords:

  • Assessment ;
  • Comprehension ;
  • Content literacy ;
  • Digital/media literacies ;
  • Family literacy ;
  • Fluency ;
  • Language learners ;
  • Literature ;
  • Motivation/engagement ;
  • Oral language ;
  • Policy ;
  • Research methodology ;
  • Strategies ;
  • methods ;
  • and materials ;
  • Struggling learners ;
  • Teacher education ;
  • professional development ;
  • Theoretical perspectives ;
  • Vocabulary ;
  • Writing ;
  • To learners in which of the following categories does your work apply? ;
  • Early adolescence ;
  • Adolescence ;
  • College/university students ;
  • Adult

Abstract

This editorial lays out the editors’ vision for Volume 57 of the Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy: to provide rich research, review a variety of print and digital texts for adolescents and adults and highlight diverse perspectives across departments regarding literacies learning and education. Also, the JAAL editors continue to cultivate active engagement of JAAL readers as both consumers and producers in the JAAL community through JAAL's Facebook page. Further, editors continue the inclusion of multimedia material through feature article video clips and podcasts.