Special Needs Transportation

Edupro Group releases details on 2010 special-needs event

Posted on May 4, 2009

ORLANDO, Fla. — The 19th National Conference & Exhibition on Transporting Students With Disabilities & Preschoolers, as well as the 13th National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo, will be held here March 5-10, 2010.

The six-day event will provide best practices and hands-on training for officials involved in the transport of students with special needs.

All conference activities will be held at the Doubletree Hotel.

The National Conference & Exhibition on Transporting Students With Disabilities & Preschoolers is sponsored by Edupro Group. The roadeo is a collaborative effort of Edupro Group and the National Association for Pupil Transportation.

 

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