Friday, September 18, 2020

Blogs

NTSB on Getting Back to School Safely

COVID-19 has changed how we look at our health and safety. In the world of traffic safety, school-bus crashes are relatively rare, but our...
A schoolbus driver from the Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD has a Sonim rugged device docked on his bus. The district deployed FirstNet Ready Sonim rugged devices for the bus drivers for better connectivity and reliability.

Preserving the Safety Spectrum Keeps School Buses Safe

Automotive safety technologies continue to play a big role in saving lives across the country every day. One of the most effective technologies, known...
School bus driving down a road

Help Is On the Way

At the outset of COVID-19, which seems like an eternity ago, you might recall shortages of toilet paper, paper towels, hand sanitizer and cleaning...

Staying Home Sick Never Felt So Healthy

Much of the discussion, debate and anxiety about returning students to in-person classes for the new school year have centered on the ability of...
A Fullerton Unified School District bus driver in California, poses with with a face mask and shield.

Webinar Addresses COVID-19 Fear That Threatens Student Transportation Industry

As I have reported on before and I’m sure to report on again, there are still too many questions circling the pupil transportation industry,...

New Way of Thinking Needed to Address Educational Inequality

“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” So said the great Chinese general Sun...

September 2020

This month’s issue features articles on school bus technology and how it plays a role amid the new coronavirus...

Buyer’s Guide 2020

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

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