The National School Transportation Association (NSTA) takes its fall conference to Key Largo, Nov. 8-10, just in time to ponder the outcome of the congressional midterm elections.
“NSTA is pleased to be able to continue its sequence of live meetings in 2022, and this resumes with our 2022 NSTA Fall Conference,” said Curt Macysyn, the organization’s executive director. “Our panel sessions will focus on issues facing school bus operators today, including the driver shortage, electric school buses, and the latest technologies on the market.
“We are especially excited for our inaugural ‘Don’t Talk Politics at Dinner’ Dinner,” which highlights the election results on Nov. 9, he said.
The event will be held at Playa Largo Resort & Spa, near Theatre of the Sea, Dolphins Plus Bayside, and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. The conference’s room block is available to NSTA members for reservations until Oct. 10.
Tuesday, Nov. 8:
Electric School Buses: Our Journey Continues
Wednesday, Nov. 9
- Where Have All the Drivers Gone?
- You Can’t Have Everything: Cost-Effective Tech Tools
- “Don’t Talk Politics Over Dinner” Dinner
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