Special Needs Transportation

Edupro Group announces 18th National Conference & Exhibition

Posted on July 7, 2008

MCLEAN, Va. — Edupro Group has announced the date for its 18th National Conference & Exhibition on Transporting Students with Disabilities and Preschoolers.

The event will take place Feb. 27-March 4, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis and the Indiana Convention Center. In addition, the 12th National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo will be held on Feb. 28.

Those who transport students with disabilities as well as Head Start and preschool populations, IEP-related service providers and team members and suppliers to the special-needs transportation community are all encouraged to attend.

Preliminary program details will be available in October. For more information, visit www.eduprogroup.com or call (703) 288-4088.

 

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