Friday, May 14, 2021

Blogs

In Pursuit of Clean School Bus Air

School buses are the most densely populated areas of a school facility and they inherently have poor air quality. As previously reported, funding is...

Clearing the Air

It comes as no surprise that the rate of onboard cleaning and disinfecting has skyrocketed over the past year. In fact, according to reader...

Mainstreaming Students with Disabilities on General Education Routes

There are many reasons to “mainstream” students with special needs onto general education routes, not the least of which is the law. Specifically, 20...

What Are the Long Term-Effects of Disinfecting School Buses?

Unprecedented. This word has become all too familiar during the current COVID-19 pandemic, and while most of us are growing weary of the current...

The Road to Reopening

Last month, President Joe Biden committed to reopening K-8 schools for in-person classes “five days a week,” within his first 100 days in the Oval...

Making Space for Employees

Human beings seem predisposed to liking shiny new toys. Certainly, in covering the school bus industry we as journalists can get caught up in...

May 2021

This issue of School Transportation News contains articles on fleet electrification, emergency drills amid COVID-19, and seatbelt safety for students....

Buyer’s Guide 2021

Find the latest vehicle production data and budget reports, industry trends, and contact information for state, national and federal...

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