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Education Week quoted Executive Director of the National Association of Secondary
School Principals Gerald Tirozzi, who participated in the NewTalk forum on "Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?" In "Leadership Gap Seen in Post-NCLB Changes in U.S. Teachers," Tirozzi comments on the role of principals and barriers to achieving their role.


In "The Big Data Dump," The Economist looks at how too much electronic information is inundating the American civil justice system. Rebecca Love Kourlis, Executive Director of the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, recommends new rules for alleviating the data dump, including giving judges more power to "assess and define the appropriate amount of information that can be sought in each case."

Ms. Love Kourlis moderated the NewTalk forum on "Would 'loser pays' eliminate frivolous lawsuits and defenses?


Al Hubbard, Chairman of E&A Industries, Inc. and former Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council, co-authored "A Better Way to Support Home Buyers" in the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Hubbard participated in the NewTalk forum on "Can we afford our entitlement promises? How close is the cliff?"


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