NCST Writing Committee drafts available for comments

Posted on December 28, 2009

Writing Committee drafts for the 15th National Congress on School Transportation (NCST) have been posted on the NCST Website, To view the drafts, click the “Writing Committees” link on the home page.   

All comments, requests for additional changes or modifications, or consideration of new proposals are submitted to the respective Steering Committee coordinator shown on the Website.  Coordinators are responsible for forwarding comments to the appropriate writing committee chairperson.

Feb. 19, 2010, is the deadline to submit comments to coordinators.

To view information on the activities scheduled for the 15th NCST, to be held May 16-19 in Warrensburg, Mo., click the “Congress Activities” link on the Website. The page includes the congress agenda and information on lodging in Warrensburg and surrounding communities.

Registration information is scheduled to become available in early January.

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