The Journal of Research and Practice for Adult Literacy, Secondary, and Basic Education seeks to publish research of all types, critical essays, philosophical and theoretical pieces, and other scholarly work of relevance to individuals in the adult basic education and literacy field. Articles should address topics of interest to the field, including but not limited to distance learning and technology, instructional strategies and tactics, program improvement, historical research, policy impact research, etc. See previous journal issues for a fuller sense of topics covered. All research articles are subject to double-blind peer review by three consulting editors. Authors’ identities are concealed from reviewers, and vice versa. Click the button below for a complete list of author guidelines.