Research This meta-analysis of 36 studies on the efficacy of Reading Recovery was written by Jerome V. D'Agostino and Judith A. Murphy and includes an extensive reference list. Rdg. Rec. meta.pdfCategory: 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. 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. Links & Websites The Three Cueing System 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. 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.