The state superintendent presents Georgia’s first Pupil Transportation Safety Awards to eight school districts of various sizes.
The recent teacher strikes illustrate how much of what happens with transportation staff members can benefit from — or be at the mercy of — gains or losses for teachers.
Hundreds of DeKalb County School District drivers take part in a three-day demonstration designed to address concerns over pay and retirement benefits.
Shalita Harris, 29, faces charges of vehicular homicide and reckless driving in the Jan. 29 crash in which a 6-year-old student was ejected.
Cherokee County School District will roll out the Versatrans My Stop system to three schools next week.
Bus incidents in four states reveal a heightened level of vigilance after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
A 6-year-old Georgia girl dies the day after her school bus overturns. Four students and the bus driver are treated for minor injuries.
At Atlanta Public Schools, John Franklin has led a turnaround that has bolstered bus reliability while boosting staff and public relations.
A 5-year-old girl dies and more than 20 students are injured when their bus runs off the road and hits a tree, authorities say.
At Atlanta Public Schools, Franklin has led a transportation turnaround that has bolstered bus reliability while boosting staff and public relations.
Police say there is not sufficient evidence to seek criminal charges against a Georgia driver who was accused of threatening and hitting two students during a reported conflict.
Richmond County (Ga.) School System’s investigation of the incident finds that the 12-year-old’s wheelchair had not been secured properly due to a training deficiency.
A Georgia driver is on administrative leave as a reported conflict between two students on her bus is investigated.