The president of the Florida Association for Pupil Transportation discusses how the state's school bus systems are working to transport students displaced by last year's hurricanes.
The legislation in Congress aims to reduce wait times for driver applicants to take a CDL skills test.
The NSTA president shares insights on NSTA initiatives, the widespread driver shortage, and the recently passed tax reform bill.
One bill would cut training hours needed for CDL holders and those approved to operate a school bus. Another would allow bus ads.
The social media platform proves effective for a new Ohio transportation director as he has to quickly fill a driver shortage. Here, he shares what he posted and why he thinks it worked.
New drivers for Tuscaloosa City Schools will receive a $1,000 signing bonus. The district is also offering bonuses for good attendance and a clean driving record.
Stories on a cash incentive based on attendance, a principal/substitute bus driver studying for his doctorate, and an accident that hospitalized students and a bus driver drew the most attention on the popular social media platform this year.
Dan Zylstra pitches in to mitigate the driver shortage at his school not only as a substitute driver, but also by researching the issue as he earns his doctorate in education.
The situation at Pittsylvania County (Va.) Schools sparks concerns about the availability of a mechanic if a breakdown occurs.
Many operations have taken steps to mitigate the driver shortage, and we’ve been passing their strategies along to our readers.
Survey results show driver shortage is still a top concern. Attendees discuss successful recruiting ideas and learn more about effective interviewing tactics.
Dubuque Community Schools orders 100 “drivers wanted” signs and posts them at schools and around town.
Following a survey conducted last year, the association is again gauging the severity of driver shortage for school bus operations.