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A Roundup of the National Charter Schools Conference in 13 Tweets

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Accountability, expansion, and special education were three issues that got major play at the 14th annual National Charter Schools Conference, or #NCSC14, which wrapped up yesterday in Las Vegas. Around 4,800 people attended the conference, a record number for the event which is already the largest yearly gathering in the charter school sector. 

So, in case you missed it, here's a compilation of tweets highlighting some of the conference's big discussions, speakers and announcements:

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