What if, instead of buses bringing children to school, they brought the school to the children?
Tuesday’s keynote speaker, Lori Desautels, shared the science behind development in preschool brains and complications in special needs ones, so student transporters could understand and better interact with their students.
An Arkansas elementary school suspended a preschool student after the 4-year-old boy brought a handgun onto his school bus, reports KATV.com.
Three-year-old Myles Hill was forgotten by a Florida daycare driver in a van and died of heatstroke, authorities said.
The Transporting Students with Disabilities and Preschoolers National Conference features three dozen workshops that range from ensuring efficiency and compliance in route service to collaboration between school districts and Head Start agencies, IEP team decision making to avoiding litigation.
The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded roughly $290 million to hundreds of Head Start and Early Head Start programs around the country to expand the hours of service for enrolled children and increase essential transportation services.