Special Needs

District, Contractor Sued Over Alleged Rape on School Bus

The family of a teenage girl with special needs who was reportedly raped on a school bus by another student last year is suing the Riverside Unified School District and its school bus contactor for improper oversight and failure to report the incident in a timely manner.

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Lee Parents Reach $23.5M Settlement in School Bus Death

The parents of Hun Joon “Paul” Lee settled with a local Whittier, California school bus contractor for $23.5 million as a result of the 19-year-old student's death onboard his school bus nearly two years ago after being left by a substitute driver.

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Bellwether Report Looks at Changing Landscape of School Busing

While recognizing the unparalleled safety record of yellow school buses, Bellwether Education Partners sponsored a panel discussion this month in the nation’s capital to discuss if evolution of the school bus industry can continue through increased collaboration with metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs)

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Wheelchair Mobility: How Far Has It Progressed?

Mobility has plays an important role for school bus drivers, aids, attendants and managers when it comes to daily fleet operations. Unfortunately, the challenge of securing mobility devices is still playing a large role within the industry.

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