While I agree that children who fall behind at school often do so because of a lack of support or a disruption of environment, I think that is a digression from the topic of cued speech - just as I feel that criticizing a poster's grammar (especially in a bi or multilingual forum such as AD) is a distraction from an interesting and valid topic. ;-)
Question to anyone .... While the concept of cued speech is not new to me, my understanding of it is quite limited. I am not clear on the actual intended timeline of cued speech and it's usage. Is it meant to be used throughout one's lifetime or just as a learning supplement during specific time in one's oral development?