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360 Degree: Video Technology Addresses School Bus Blind Spots

360 Degree: Video Technology Addresses School Bus Blind Spots

September 20, 2016 by Art Gissendaner

School districts are showing a growing interest in a developing trend in video technology they believe could have a tremendous impact on student safety around the school bus by making the Danger Zone less dangerous.

Feds Hope Program Revision Signals a Head Start for the New Century

Feds Hope Program Revision Signals a Head Start for the New Century

September 15, 2016 by Sean Gallagher

The federal government released its much-anticipated Head Start program revisions, the first comprehensive update of the standards since the specifications were originally published in 1975. Transportation is mentioned about 80 times.

McKinney-Vento Update, Impact of Every Student Succeeds Acts Depends on the District

McKinney-Vento Update, Impact of Every Student Succeeds Acts Depends on the District

September 14, 2016 by Eric Woolson

Aric Taylor and his colleagues in the Conroe (Texas) Independent School District’s transportation department have already reviewed changes to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act that go into effect on Oct. 1 and beyond. They’re committed to obeying federal provisions designed...

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Pennsylvania State Police to Release School Bus Inspection Data

Pennsylvania State Police to Release School Bus Inspection Data

ABC27.com reports that an investigation the news station launched into the safety of the state's school bus is resulting in the Pennsylvania State Police voluntarily releasing data that shows how many school buses are inspected, and how many of those received initial failing grades.

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