Get Ready for the 2016 Conference!


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Call for Keystone Reader Editor

The position of editor for The Keystone Reader: Newsletter of the Keystone State Reading Association will be available on July 1, 2017.  If you are interested in exploring the possibility of becoming editor, please contact Jane Helman by e-mail or by telephone (570-690-1414). Please send your letter of interest and a resume no later than October 1, 2016.

During her last term, the current editor will work closely with the new editor in order to make a smooth transition.

For more information, click here.

KSRA 2016 Leadership Workshop

All you need to know about the 2016 KSRA Leadership Workshop. Click here for the workshop site.

2016 Conference Authors Request School Visits

2016ConferenceLogoThere are many award winning authors scheduled to present at the 2016 KSRA Conference this fall. If you are looking for a literacy speaker to come to your school, please consider one of the following.
Barb Davis ( will coordinate a perfect school visit for you. The authors include:

Lindsay Barrett George
Brod Bagert
Peter Catalanotto
Sneed B. Collard III
Shelley Gill
Kelly Starling Lyons
David Biedrzycki

Contact Patti Sollenberger at Reading Matters ( if you wish to schedule one of the following:
Frank Murphy
Sara Holbrook and Michael Salinger
Lisa and Robert Papp
Lisa Schnell
Jewell Parker Rhodes
Lester Laminack

Elvira Woodruff and Jerry Pallotta also will be featured at the conference and they would appreciate school visits as well. If you or someone you know is interested, please visit their websites for their contact information.

2016 International Literacy Association’s Public Awareness Achievement Council Award

KSRA is pleased to announce that ILA has recognized KSRA with the 2016 ILA Public Awareness Achievement Council Award. The award recognizes KSRA for, “The outstanding work demonstrated by Keystone State Reading Association exemplifies your dedication to advocating for literacy professionals within your state.” Congratulations to all who have helped make KSRA a leading advocate for literacy issues in Pennsylvania.