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'Bully:' A Must See for All Ages

During the weekend of May 4, I had the opportunity to go to the premiere of a documentary about bullying and how much of a problem it is, in so…
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To Fee or Not to Fee: A Very Tricky Question

Should your school district charge students for transportation services? Ignoring the statutory and regulatory issues in some states, most recently demonstrated by the debate in Franklin Township, Ind., fees present…
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It’s Spring, Let’s Not be Wound Too Tight

Spring is finally here! It is hard to tell with the weather playing with us, as it is. Another sign of spring is the change in people’s behavior, both students…
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Big Changes to School Bus Operations with the Stroke of a Pen?

Transportation operations seek stability despite the ever changing environment within which they operate. In two states, Pennsylvania and South Carolina, this cherished stability has the potential to be severely disrupted…
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What Kind of Boss are You?

The moment we become a transportation director we become a boss. Effectively managing the work of others is one of the most demanding skills required of us. The success of…
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Roundup: Unions, Illegal Passing and the Alaskan Iditarod

The National School Transportation Association reported that a Federal District Court decision was handed down in favor of a National Labor Relations Board rule requiring approximately 6 million workplaces covered…
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