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Dr. Annemarie B. Jay was the Director of Graduate Reading Programs at Widener University,. She is a past president of Keystone State Literacy Association and also past ILA Coordinator for Pennsylvania. She is currently an advisory board member for LEADER, an ILA special interest group. She continues to write, review, and edit articles for professional journals.
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Dr. Annemarie B. Jay was the Director of Graduate Reading Programs at Widener University. She is a past president of Keystone State Literacy Association and also past ILA Coordinator for Pennsylvania. She is currently an advisory board member for LEADER, an ILA special interest group. She continues to write, review, and edit articles for professional journals.