Photo courtesy Frederick County (Md.) Public Schools
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Getting School Bus Drivers, Aides Involved in the IEP Process

While it may not be ideal for transportation staff to be involved in every step of the Individualized Education Program process, it is essential for them to communicate with parents and related service staff to acquire information that may directly impact a student’s safe travel to and from school.

Don Moore, executive director of transportation for Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools (center), presented awards to (from left to right) Regular-Education Bus Manager Gretchen Arnold, Special-Needs Bus Monitor Hannah Robinson, and Special-Needs Bus Manager Julie Peterson.
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Special-Needs School Bus Manager, Monitor Honored

Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools presents awards to Special-Needs Bus Manager Julie Peterson and Special-Needs Bus Monitor Hannah Robinson. Also recognized are a general education driver and a fleet technician.

Some school transportation departments have found that children’s rideshare services, such as HopSkipDrive, can offer flexible scheduling and more efficiency when serving students with special needs, and those who are homeless or in foster care.
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How Ridesharing Can Meet a Variety of Student Needs

Children’s rideshare services can offer scheduling flexibility, quick response time, and more efficient use of resources when serving homeless, foster care, and special-needs students. Factors to consider are budget and coordination between multiple parties.

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