8 Words Conference Presenters Want to Hear

Whether you are a keynote speaker or addressing a pupil transportation committee this summer, there are eight words that will effectively enhance your self-esteem. These eight words can have such a profound impact on your overall demeanor and performance.

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Ride-Sharing Program for Kids Goes Bust

The dominance of the school bus remains unfettered. Long live the school bus. A San Francisco-based start-up that was referred to as the “Uber for kids” has stalled. The company announcing that it was closing shop after failing to raise the necessary funds.

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Ride-Sharing and the Art of Transporting Children in the 21st Century

The methods of travel around the planet are evolving. Around the country and across the globe, ride-sharing programs have appeared in countless cities, superseding the grasp that traditional forms of transportation have generally held. Now, this emerging trend has set its eye on another method of people moving: student transportation.   

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The Application of Rescue Medications on the School Bus

The old saying goes that it takes a village to raise a child. The same adage can also apply to transporting children to and from school, particularly special needs students, according to Dr. Joseph O’Neill, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician based at the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

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