A Virginia District is conducting a two-day training on verbal and non-verbal de-escalation techniques and appropriate restraint methods intended to be used as a last resort for unruly students.
The Idaho Association for Pupil Transportation recognizes Pam Rogers as its 2016 Special Needs Driver of the Year and MaryAnn Kraemer as its 2016 Special Needs Aide of the Year.
The state attorney says the facts in the case against the Florida driver and attendant who left the same student on the bus twice “do not rise to the level of felony neglect of a child.”
James Lambert of Florida, who was caught on school bus surveillance video slapping a student with autism in 2014, is sentenced in June to 11 months and 29 days of jail time.
The manufacturer taps Capital City Bus Sales to be its exclusive dealer for sales and service of its full line of Type A school buses in the state.
Employees of the school bus contractor volunteer to transport Special Olympics athletes for the State Summer Games in Idaho.
A second-grade boy in Washington, D.C., is left on his bus in the morning in nearly 90-degree heat. He pries open the bus doors to get out, and a passerby finds him and takes him to school.
A total of 100 bus drivers and attendants, representing over 35 school corporations statewide, take part in the School Transportation Association of Indiana’s annual competition.
The aftermarket parts supplier celebrates 30 years in business and the opening of a new warehouse facility in Clinton Township, Michigan.
AMF Bruns provides wheelchair securement, occupant restraint systems, and associated equipment for the safe transportation of wheelchair passengers.
The competition is open to any kind of photo related to school transportation. The deadline is this Friday, June 10.
A transportation provider for a Massachusetts school that serves special-needs students sends an Uber to pick up a student instead of a school bus without the school’s knowledge, due to a lack of available drivers.
A jury finds Jeannette Burrage of Washington not guilty of assaulting a 6-year-old boy with autism. Video showed her in a scuffle with the boy, but the jury couldn’t prove that she intentionally hit him.
Perry Whitney of Minnesota has taken three boys from his special-needs school bus route, along with their father, on weekend bass fishing trips.
A Montana school bus driver leaves a 16-year-old student who has to wear a three-point harness, which she cannot remove by herself, on her school bus. The girl misses about three hours of school.