Principals should be wary of decodable readers, says expert


Brett Henebery, The Educator, 23 Nov 2018.  Di Snowball says that her 52 years of experience in teaching students to read and in helping thousands of teachers, there has never been the need for decodable books.  Principal Beverley Dadds says that phonics is important, but we can help children to use phonics without the reading of decodable books.  Read the article here