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Anti-bullying advocate to speak at NAPT Summit
March 29, 2011
Author Jodee Blanco, who penned Please Stop Laughing At Me . . . One Woman’s Inspirational Story about her years as a student outcast, will give a keynote presentation during the event in Cincinnati in October. Blanco also developed a bullying prevention program called It’s NOT Just Joking Around!
Feds to offer driver training on bullying
March 17, 2011
A free program specific to pupil transportation is expected to be released this summer. The U.S. DOE’s Kevin Jennings makes the announcement at the Transporting Students With Disabilities conference.
Contractor supports anti-bullying event
March 7, 2011
Delaney Bus Lines employees wear pink T-shirts on Feb. 23 in observance of Pink Shirt Day. The Canadian event originated from an incident several years ago when two students organized a protest to show support for a boy who was bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school.
Boy allegedly bullied by special-needs student on bus
March 7, 2011
The mother of a 9-year-old boy says her son was hospitalized after he was kicked by an older student while riding the bus. She wants the other student to be taken off of the bus, but she says school officials told her that the student cannot be removed because he has special needs.
Teens charged for setting student’s hair on fire on bus
February 9, 2011
A 15-year-old freshman has been charged with aggravated menacing, a 17-year-old junior has been charged with aggravated menacing and assault and another 17-year-old junior has been charged with obstructing official business in connection to the alleged assault on 15-year-old Devin Lewis that occurred last Friday. The students have also been suspended for 10 days and will undergo an expulsion hearing.
Productive Discussions on Pressing Issues
January 11, 2011

Speakers at the NAPT Summit take on such topics as bus loading and unloading safety, bullying and cutting costs, and sharing information to ensure student safety and increase efficiency at one’s operation.

DOE official to discuss bullying at special-needs event
January 3, 2011
In a keynote address at the Transporting Students With Disabilities conference, Assistant Deputy Secretary Kevin Jennings will speak on what the federal government is doing to help school officials, including transporters, cut down on bullying.
Oregon association’s workshop to focus on bullying
December 28, 2010
The Oregon Pupil Transportation Association’s 2011 Winter Workshop, to be held Feb. 26, will feature presentations on such topics as the role school bus drivers can play in stopping violence, and how to respond to bullying on the spot. It will also include a mock bullying/hostage event.
'Driver of the Year' protected passenger from bully
October 12, 2010
In the winning entry of Thomas Built Buses' essay contest, second-grader Chancellor describes how his school bus driver, Lester LeMasters, came up with a plan to keep him from being bullied.
NAPT News & Views
October 12, 2010

Try to interest reporters in the hard news that affects our industry during the school year.

Dad who confronted bus bullies to speak at NAPT
September 23, 2010
After his 12-year-old daughter with cerebral palsy was harassed, James Jones boarded her school bus. Video footage shows him threatening bus passengers and the driver. At the NAPT conference, Jones will participate in a panel discussion about bullying.
20 Ways to Bolster Safety
July 29, 2010

From loading procedures to proper footwear to student discipline, pupil transportation professionals share their tips for reducing risks on and off the bus.

NAPT recommends Peaceful School Bus Program
June 10, 2010
The program, created at an elementary school in New York, is designed to change the social dynamics on the school bus to reduce bullying incidents. It is available to NAPT members at a 20-percent discount.
Obama administration official to discuss bullying
May 6, 2010
In a free Web seminar, Kevin Jennings of the U.S. Department of Education will speak to pupil transportation professionals on eliminating bullying and harassment to ensure that students can stay focused on learning.
North Carolina governor approves anti-bullying bill
July 6, 2009
RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. Bev Perdue has signed into law a bill to prevent the bullying and harassment of students and school employees on school property...
Florida lawmakers pass bill to ban bullying at schools, on buses
May 15, 2008
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Legislature has passed a bill that would prohibit the bullying or harassment of any student or employee at the state’...
Tackling School Bus Bullying
November 1, 2007

In August, students in an Ohio city were riding a school bus when a boy took a video game from one of his peers and taunted him. The boy attempted to ...

NAPT News & Views: Bullying requires our full attention
June 1, 2007

Bullying can happen anywhere. In the school environment, it may start at the bus stop, because that's where the school day begins. It can also occur in the hallway, during gym, lunch, on the playground, even during class.

Littleton brings terror right to your service door
June 1, 1999

We try to make sense of the tragedy, we seek to lay blame and we pray that it doesn’t happen here. We need to do more.

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