The United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA) is calling for an Expression of Interest from any company wishing to publish its two flagship academic journals – the Journal of Research in Reading (4 issues per annum) and Literacy (3 issues per annum) – from 1st January 2021.
Ahead of this Saturday’s UKLA National Conference at Horfield CofE Primary in Bristol, we caught up with award wining Author Fleur Hitchcock, to talk about her inspiration, working with schools and her future plans.
TES recently reported on Mr Gibb's keynote on Saturday 26 January 2019 at the 'Wonder Years' conference organised by Parents and Teachers for Excellence. This is UKLA's response to his comments that 'evidence has finally trumped rhetoric' and the 'debate' on the best way to teach reading 'is over'.
The five books selected for the shortlist all make unique contributions to the field. Two are edited collections: Arizpe & Cliff Hodges and Daly & Limbrick both explore, in very different ways, the centrality of reading in young people’s lives across a range of countries.