About This Journal
The Michigan Reading Journal is the peer-reviewed journal of the Michigan Reading Association, which serves classroom teachers, literacy specialists, instructional coaches, educational leaders, teacher educators, and university faculty.
Content for MRJ is subject to a double blind review, and the review board consists of outstanding literacy educators from across the state of Michigan. Many of the reviewers are previous authors for the journal and/or members of the Michigan Reading Association Executive Board.
The Michigan Reading Association was founded in 1956. The Michigan Reading Journal has been published since the spring of 1967.