A New Special Issue on Predicting Children’s Reading Comprehension Development

Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness

Taylor & Francis Group and the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) are pleased to announce the publication of a new special issue from the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness (JREE) entitled Predicting Children’s Reading Comprehension Development: Findings from the Reading for Understanding Network.  The four articles in this special issue represent an important step on the path to increasing our knowledge of how to teach children to read for understanding.

The editors of this special issue, Vaughn, Lonigan, and Connor, who are members of the Reading for Understanding Network note, “The Reading for Understanding Network, funded by the US Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, brought together a multidisciplinary group of researchers and educational practitioners, resulting in expanded theories of reading comprehension that can inform effective instructional practices.”  Many other studies from the Reading for Understanding Network are at various stages in the publication pipeline. They also represent advancement of knowledge regarding reading comprehension and associated processes. These studies and the studies reported in this special issue demonstrate how interdisciplinary networks, supported by sufficient funding, can accelerate the creation of knowledge and the dissemination of this knowledge.

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As the flagship publication for the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, JREE publishes original articles from a multidisciplinary community of researchers who are committed to applying principles of scientific inquiry to the study of educational problems. Articles published in the journal advance knowledge of factors important for educational success and/or improve ability to conduct further disciplined studies of pressing educational problems.  To learn more about the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, click here.

The Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness endeavors to advance research relevant to practice, from early childhood through the transition to higher and continuing education while striving to generate knowledge and facilitate applications in new contexts and across fields.  To learn more about SREE, click here.

Emily Matthias
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Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
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