The College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA)'s white papers are authoritative, evidence-based reports written by experts. These white papers generally take the form of a critical synthesis of the current scholarly thinking on a particular issue. White papers are available for free download and should be shared with administrators, practitioners, and researchers alike.
CRLA's inaugural white paper, The Terrain of Developmental Reading, was written by Jodi Patrick Holschuh and Eric J. Paulson.
CRLA’s second white paper, Assessment of Learning Assistance Programs: Supporting Professionals in the Field was written by Jan Norton, University of Iowa, and Karen S. Agee, University of Northern Iowa.
CRLA's third white paper, Meeting the Needs of Linguistically Diverse Students at the College Level was written by Christa de Kleine, Notre Dame of Maryland University, and Rachele Lawton, The Community College of Baltimore County.