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National Private Schools Conference Kicks Off in Boston

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Over 5,400 people are expected at the National Association of Independent Schools annual conference in Boston this year.

NAIS is a membership organization serving schools and associations both in the U.S. and abroad. It's first annual conference was in 1963, in New York City.

This year's conference is being billed as having a focus on innovation and blended learning, but many other topics are on tap. Among them: how to smooth leadership transitions, build diverse faculties, and even recruit home schoolers.

The 2015 NAIS conference runs through Friday, Feb. 27th. I'll be there live tweeting from various sessions with the @ChartersNChoice Twitter handle, and sharing insights from presenters here on the Charters & Choice blog.

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