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(STN Podcast E64) The Same But Different: Student Transportation After the COVID-19 Pandemic

School Transportation Nation podcast – Episode 64

Things are returning to normal with in-person classes expected nationwide for the 2021-2022 school year, but online learning, bus cleaning, ventilation, and mask usage seem they could be a permanent result of COVID-19.

Dawnett Wright, transportation director for University Place School District in Washington state, discusses running propane & electric school buses and shares how decreased ridership caused by COVID-19 impacts operations & budgets.

Read more at stnonline.com/tag/back-to-school.

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