I am a middle-school teacher for the Greater Clark County School Corporation in southern Indiana. Six years ago, I was asked by the principal to act as the liaison between the school and its bus drivers.
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A state-by-state compilation of school bus fleets that merit recognition for excellence.
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Conference celebrates 50th anniversary by addressing key pupil transportation issues, such as new technology, student discipline and operator liability.
All of us who drive regularly have felt the sting of sky-high fuel prices over the past several months.
Experts recommend taking threats seriously, recognizing changes in employee mood and behavior and learning to deal with difficult personality types.
Effective communication between drivers and mechanics can be fostered by teaching drivers the basics of bus maintenance and educating mechanics on the stresses of driving a bus.
The driver shortage continues to be a major problem nationwide, with no end in sight.
National Express pays $24.5 million settlement - Britain mulls use of yellow school bus
Go beyond an ‘open door policy’ by seeking out your staff, listening to them, respecting their styles and sharing key information.
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As the 1999-2000 school year recedes further and further in our rear-view mirrors, we need to prepare for the challenges of the coming school year.
On every school bus lurks that student (or group of students) who consistently misbehaves. Not only is this disturbing, but it can be downright dangerous.
International's new Integrated Conventional (IC) school bus marries body, chassis and engine, allowing the company to oversee design, manufacturing and quality-control processes.
From a simple Bus Empty sign to high-tech systems with microprocessors, several alternatives exist if you're shopping for a tool to remind drivers to check their buses.
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