NAPT's executive director says that despite a recent questionable news story, even one sexual predator behind the wheel of a school bus is one too many, and the industry should focus on ensuring it doesn’t happen again.
In the NextPloratory Sessions, thought leaders from other industries will work with attendees to probe challenges in pupil transportation.
The online assessment, developed with The Dash Group, is designed to measure a current or prospective school bus driver's decision-making ability.
With many districts expanding walking distances as a cost-savings measure, it’s time we come to grips with the reality that if no yellow bus is available, someone else will fill the void.
The 2017 Don Carnahan Memorial Grant program will provide winners with up to $50,000 worth of school bus technology hardware from Zonar.
Some in Congress are talking about cuts to Medicaid in the range of 25% to 35%, which would likely have a significant ripple effect on school budgets. And when school budgets are affected, school transportation will be affected.
The agency launches a project to learn more about the decision-making process on whether to implement two-point or three-point belts.
After 33 years of service to Columbus City Schools, Steve Simmons will officially retire on May 31.
This year's conference will include three keynote speakers, new “NextPloratory Sessions,” workshops on a wide range of topics, and a one-day trade show.
Cater, the director of transportation for Allen Independent School District, has been recognized for school bus driver training programs and security efforts.
The IC Bus event was about embracing change and thinking big. Thinking big is hard sometimes, and change of any kind is stressful.
At SBX, special-needs transportation expert Linda Bluth discusses the policies of new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and stresses that “safe transportation must be a part of the agenda.”
Fuel choices, school reform, and the ongoing driver shortage are hot topics at School Bus eXchange 2017.