Links & Websites This article by Marilyn Jager Adams describes the Three-Cueing System, including where the system originates and Ms. Adams' analysis of how teachers view it compared to what research shows about its effectiveness. http://www.balancedreading.com/3cue-adams.htmlCategory: InstructionElementary InstructionReading InstructionRelated Resources: Resource Pages Is the Triple-Cueing System Research-Based? Web page with information and references to help educators learn if the Triple Cueing System is research-based. Provides links to 5 resources. Research A Meta-Analysis of Reading Recovery in United States Schools This meta-analysis of 36 studies on the efficacy of Reading Recovery was written by Jerome V. D'Agostino and Judith A. Murphy. Links & Websites The Three-Cueing Model: Down for the Count? Dr. Kerry Hempenstall discusses the pervasive implementation of the Three-Cueing Model by many reading teachers even given its lack of efficacy. Research Experts Say Reading Recovery Is Not Effective, Leaves Too Many Children Behind: An Open Letter from Reading Researchers Read this open letter, written by more than thirty reading researchers, addressing the effectiveness of Reading Recovery. Booklets Beyond Reading Recovery — What Works Best? The International Dyslexia Association's publication, Perspectives on Language and Literacy Fall 2011, focuses on Reading Recovery.