Reading Research Quarterly
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Ranked Among Leading Journals in Education!
According to Thomson Reuter's rankings of journals in the social sciences, Reading Research Quarterly ranks 6th out of 224 journals in Education and Educational Research. RRQ is also 6 out of 55 journals in Educational Psychology. RRQ received a 2014 Impact factor of 2.884.
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Read cross-journal virtual issues encompassing selected articles from The Reading Teacher, Reading Research Quarterly, and the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. Articles have been carefully selected for their potential interest and impact on literacy scholarship and practice.