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Why a School Bus?

Sometimes being a symbol of the American education system can backfire.
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Easier Said Than Done

Editorials, like blogs, are filled with opinions. But some can miss the mark, especially when not recognizing all the possible outcomes of your suggestions.
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There's an App for That?

Here's an intriguing thought: a school district shares certain information from its routing software to update its student riders about changes to their school bus stop ... on their cell…
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School Bus Safety in Practice

The school transportation industry likes to regularly regale itself with the truly extraordinary safety record of yellow buses.
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Navistar Move Looks More and More Likely

In February, I spoke with a Navistar employee who indicated that the company had moved past difficulties in convincing local residents, and a school for children with autism, that relocating…
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Handcuffs for Sitting Too Slow?

I've visited the subject of overly eager school security before, and this time it is highlighted by the actions of a couple of Brooklyn cops who decided I'Mecca Pearson was…
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Sign of Things to Come in the Land of School Bus Purchases?

If the heavy-duty truck market is any indication, there could be a bit of a cloud break on the horizon for school bus manufacturers, according to a preliminary report released…
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