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We are interested in articles about high-stakes testing and expert witnesses for future issues of The Beacon. "Battles of Expert Witnesses" will include articles about preparing experts and finding the Achilles heel of the school district's experts.
In addition to articles by practitioners who have worn out ballpoint pens writing notes for cross-examination during the other side's direct examinations, we may include examples of deposition testimony, trial testimony, and expert interrogatories in the The Beacon.
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