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Literacy and Social Responsibility eJournal
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2014-2015 (Volume 7):

Tynisha D. Meidl, Co-Editor
Teacher Education
St. Norbert College - Wisconsin


Margaret-Mary Sulentic Dowell, Co-Editor
School of Education
Louisiana State University

Leah Katherine Saal, Editorial Assistant
School of Education
Loyola University - Maryland


Holly Bell
Tulane University
New Orleans

Carolyn L. Cook
School of Education and Human Services
Mount St. Mary’s University - Maryland

Gerlinde Grandstaff-Beckers
College of Education
Southeastern Louisiana University

Bonnie L. Hoewing
Department of Reading
GateWay Community College - Arizona

Anne Katz
Department of Childhood and Exceptional Student Education
Armstrong State University - Savannah, GA

Rebekah D. Kelleher
School of Education
Wingate University – North Carolina

Wilma Kuhlman
College of Education
University of Nebraska at Omaha

Kim Skinner
School of Education
Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge

Jolanta Smolen Santana
Independent Consultant
Denver, Colorado

Angela Webb
School of Education
Louisiana State University

LaToshia Woods
College of Education
Arkansas State University



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