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An Atlanta-based organizational consulting and coaching firm has partnered with a Tennessee school district to develop an understanding of judgment skills held by potential school bus drivers in response to November's Chattanooga crash that killed six children.
Blizzard conditions from Winter Storm Niko dumped heavy snow and ice across the Atlantic Northeast and New England, crippling transportation services as schools canceled or delayed classes.
South Carolina's Department of Education (DOE) took receipt of the first propane school buses in the state since the 1980s with the purchase of 26 new Blue Bird Propane Visions destined for two local school districts.
Amid a historic tie-breaking vote in the Senate to confirm Betsy DeVos as U.S. secretary of education, the Council for Exceptional Children issued a statement calling for the protection of a free and appropriate education for all students, especially those with special needs.
Duncan Public Schools in southern Oklahoma announced the launch of new anti-bullying program that includes trains for school bus drivers and staff.
A Louisiana task force formed to review student transportation and passenger safety submitted its final report last month in response to legislative attempts to pass a new school bus seat belts law.