Chattanooga Fire Department members work the scene of a fatal elementary school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Monday, Nov. 21, 2016. Six children died, sparking national debate on the safety of school bus drivers.
Securing the school bus from threats both known and unknown requires a mixture of planning and foresight from school administrators, transportation directors and law enforcement officials.
New federal rules attempt to raise safety standards for school bus drivers amid high-profile crashes, but can do little to predict future behavior.
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