New England Reading Association Journal

Peer-reviewed journal provides articles, interviews, essays, and research reports of interest to educators. Issues investigated include literacy, classroom practice, and assessment.

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 3, 1999

Early Intervention Can Reduce the Number of Children Diagnosed as "Reading Disabled"
Abstract This paper summarizes the major findings from a six year longitudinal study which incorporated a first grade intervention component to distinguish between impaired readers whose reading difficulties are caused primarily by experiential and/or...
Editor's Page
Dear Reader, So many members of NERA, including President Helen Schotanus, were impressed by Dr. Frank Vellutino's presentation at the New Hampshire conference that we invited him and his colleague Professor Donna Scanlon to submit an article to the...
Electronic Environments Supporting Literacy Learning: A Conversation with David Rose
David Rose, the co-founder and co-executive director of the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), and lecturer at Harvard University, specializes in developmental neuropsychology and in the universal design of learning technologies. He completed...
Literacy and the Arts
It is with the dual emotions of delight and foreboding that I attempt to follow in the footsteps of Karen Kuelthau Allan, Mary McMackin, and others who have brought to NERA Journal readers such informative, thoughtful reviews of professional literature....