Special Needs Transportation

Education Compliance Group offers sale on training videos, book

Posted on May 8, 2013

Peggy Burns and Education Compliance Group Inc. are holding an inventory liquidation sale.

All four of Burns' video training programs and her book on special-needs transportation are included in the sale. (Legal Routes subscriptions are not included.)

Until Aug. 15, 2013, the following products are available at a 50% discount:

The Road to Compliance for Special Needs Drivers — video training program. Regular price, $175; now $87.50.

Putting the Brakes on Harassment — video training program. Regular price, $175; now $87.50.

Steering Clear of Liability — video training program. Regular price, $160; now $80.

Confidential Records — video training program. Regular price, $125; now $62.50.

Defensible Decisions about Transporting Students with Special Needs: Lessons Learned from Legal Disputes — book for study and for training scenarios. Regular price, $75; now $37.50.

Shipping and handling for video training programs is $15. Shipping and handling for the book is $9.95; additional copies are $5 each.

To order, go to www.educationcompliancegroup.com. The site includes full descriptions of each product and video clips from the training programs. The products will no longer be for sale after Aug. 15.

Related Topics: driver training, legal issues

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