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School Bus Blog of Clothing Company Cracks Up Readers

A new blog posted at ScaryMommy.com is cracking up readers and school bus drivers alike, with “10 Things Not To Say To Your Kids’ Bus Driver.” Sara Opel, a mother of two boys and a...

What to Do About the Increasing Complexity of School Bus Systems

For every school district, the key mission is to provide the best possible education for its children. Having well-qualified teachers is the main dependency to help them fulfill this mission. But there are a...
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Black and Green, not Black or Green: The Future of School Bus Fueling

Fleet operators across a broad range of industries are faced with difficult and potentially costly decisions about how they will fuel their vehicles in the future. The long-life nature of these assets makes the...

School Bus Footprint Emits ‘Electric’ Vibes at ACT EXPO

How millions of dollars in grant funding and electric school bus options galore quickly change the conversation. School Transportation News first became a media sponsor of the Advanced Clean Transportation EXPO...

3 Steps to Avoid Disaster in the Danger Zone

One of the questions we ask applicants seeking our esteemed Relief (substitute) Driver position is this: “You are filling in for a regular route driver in the afternoon. At your first stop you notice...

Trade Shows are the ‘Shark Tank’ of the School Bus Industry

“I love coming here. It’s like the “Shark Tank” of our industry,” attendee Heather Handschin commented during the Trade Show held on day four of last month’s national Transporting Students with Disabilities and Preschoolers...

Workplace Bullying Can Be Subtle

We often talk about school bullying and workplace harassment. Rarely do we consider workplace bullying. Indeed, there is a distinct difference between the two. Harassment is usually linked to protective classes...

Tornado Preparedness for School Bus Drivers

March 2, 2012 quickly became a more hectic day than usual for Henryville, Indiana school bus driver Angel Perry. Two super-cells, thunderstorms with rotation and a prolonged updraft, bore down on the town located...

Hey, Ms. Bus Driver, ‘Am I safe on this school bus?’

Amid all the talk of school violence in the news, it is not if but when a student will ask, “Am I safe on this school bus?” You may only have a second or two...

How School Bus Drivers Can Protect Disabled Children from Bullying

Children with disabilities, like cerebral palsy, are more likely than other kids to be victims of bullying. The school bus is a place where these children are especially vulnerable. School transportation workers have an...
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