A training event at Stafford County (Va.) Public Schools shows drivers the importance of school bus evacuation training. The concept will come to the NAPT conference this fall.
Operators and associations offer a range of reactions to Tuesday’s school bus meeting of the National Transportation Safety Board.
School bus drivers like the “Rolling Study Halls” program because, with students occupied doing class assignments, there is less need for driver attention to maintaining order and discipline on the bus.
School bus driver shortage, alternative fuels, and student behavior are key topics of discussion at the 2018 edition of the event.
As members of a tight-knit community of people who care deeply and passionately about the safety of children, I believe we owe the victims of the Parkland massacre … a serious, nonpartisan, productive conversation about school safety.
Winners will receive up to $50,000 worth of Zonar fleet management technology.
NAPT's executive director says that we need more information about why people don’t take jobs as school bus drivers when part-time jobs are a transformational, growing trend across other segments of the economy.
Anderson, a 37-year veteran in pupil transportation, has been recognized for his expertise in school bus fleet maintenance and efficiency practices.
The webinar, titled “School & Mass Shootings in America: What Now?”, will be led by researcher Dr. Jaclyn Schildkraut.
According to NAPT's executive director, if, as Giorgio Armani once said, “Jeans represent democracy in fashion,” then school buses are their educational equivalent.
Barry Sudduth discusses his goals as president of NAPT and his work at Virginia's Stafford County Public Schools.
Consider this contrast: SBF's 2018 Fact Book listings include 10 school bus body manufacturers. Ten years ago, only six of those companies were in the market.
The entrepreneur and TED speaker explains his 100 Days of Rejection project, which he says helps in overcoming fears and pursuing success.