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Cover Story - July 2014

Apprentice, Intern Programs Groom Great Workers

By: Nicole Schlosser

In addition to giving students work skills and experience, districts get employees who are already familiar with the shop and its practices.

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Differing views on seat belt issue

If you’ve followed the debate on seat belts in school buses over the years, you won’t be surprised that my latest editorial on the topic drew dozens of responses.

Megan Geroux is NAPT's marketing and communications specialist.
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NAPT Summit: Driving innovation, new certification

Highlights of the event, taking place in Kansas City, Missouri, Nov. 8-11, include a new professional certification for those involved in transporting students with disabilities and the newly formatted one-day trade show, featuring more than 120 vendors.

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McKinney Sees Longer Bus Life, Diesel Dedication

IC Bus President John McKinney says that school buses now have an average life cycle of nearly 15 years, which means that product durability and customer support are especially critical. He also points to diesel as the “backbone of the industry” and discusses the decision to offer the Cummins ISB engine.

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