March 2015

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PHOTO COURTESY: Q’STRAINT/SURE-LOKChild securement in school bus seats, including wheelchairs, is requires ongoing training for student transporters so they can remain on top of the latest technology and best practices.
 
 
 

 

 

FEATURES
 
Bullying can make the school bus ride especially hard for students with special needs. What can student transporters do to help?
 
Legal contributor Peggy A. Burns, Esq., authors her final year in review focusing on disabilities case law
 
Browse STN’s special section that prepares you for the National TSD Conference this month in Texas

INDUSTRY CONNECTIONS

Transportation, special-education providers say collaboration is essential

The story behind cam-wrap technology for securing special needs students on buses

How school bus operators make climate-control decisions for students on buses

News Briefs: More federal investments planned for early childhood education; NHTSA, EPA “Love the Bus;” New leader tapped for Thomas Built Buses; Federal bill targets school bus driver background checks; Florida driver, attendant save kids from fire; and more.

PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS

The latest offerings for the student transportation set

SPECIAL REPORT

Trainers, product suppliers stress importance of ongoing training for proper usage of child safety restraint systems

ANALYSIS

Scott Starr
 
Linda F. Bluth, Ed.D
 
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