The Virginia English Journal is a peer-reviewed journal of praxis for English language arts teacher candidates, practicing teachers, and teacher educators. The purpose of the journal is to provide a platform for sharing (a) research as well as scholarly interests and discoveries, to provide educators with theoretical understandings as well as practioner-friendly ideas; (b) pedagogical strategies, to focus on effective and innovative teaching practices; and (c) perspectives of teacher candidates and graduate students, to include the voice of English and English education majors interested in sharing their ideas with an audience of fellow educators.
Current Issue: Volume 71, Issue 2 (2021)
Book Review: Anti-racism and universal design for learning: Building expressways to success.
Donna Fortune, Kenya Motley, Mason Engelhardt, Carey Stewart, and Kia Powers