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New-Look NASDPTS Embraces Industry Role as Influencer

Diana Hollander, the state director of student transportation at the Nevada Department of Education, was on tap to become the new president of NASDPTS this month at the conclusion of…
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NTSB: Stricter Guidelines Needed on Bus Driver Health

The National Transportation Safety Board released a recommendation to boost school bus safety Monday in response to a Southern California bus crash two years ago that left 11 children injured,…
  • Last modified on Tuesday, 15 November 2016 16:35

Seen and Heard Around the NAPT Summit Trade Show

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — More than 140 companies exhibited at the 42nd Annual NAPT Summit Trade Show on Tuesday, setting a record for the event.
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Bus Driver, Attendant Training to Focus on LGBTQ Students

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Brooke, a 24-year-old college student, came out several years ago as a lesbian, saying that it allowed her "the freedom to be my authentic self." In…
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NAPT Summit Capped by Special Needs Award

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Q’Straint/Sure-Lok named Launi Harden as the NAPT Special Needs Transportation Award winner, capping a dozen recognitions during the closing session of the association’s summit.
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Driving Students to Greater Success on the School Bus

Tom Korth believes that bus drivers can play a bigger role in the lives of the students they transport. In fact, Korth has staked his academic career on this conviction.
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Anderson, Lawrence Elected to NAPT Board as Summit Concludes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Theresa Anderson and Peter Lawrence, Ed.D, joined the NAPT Board after being elected by association members to represent their respective regions. Meanwhile, John Hazelette ran unopposed…
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