Special Needs Transportation

Take Part in School Bus Fleet's Special-Needs Survey

Nicole Schlosser
Posted on January 9, 2020
SBF's Special-Needs Survey covers such topics as driver pay, student ridership, and special-needs bus equipment. File photo courtesy Bob Markwardt
SBF's Special-Needs Survey covers such topics as driver pay, student ridership, and special-needs bus equipment. File photo courtesy Bob Markwardt

School Bus Fleet’s 2020 Special-Needs Survey is now underway, and we need your input.

The survey covers such topics as special-needs driver pay, student ridership, mainstreaming, and special-needs bus equipment.

Transportation directors, managers, and other officials at school districts and contractor companies can fill out the questionnaire via this link by Jan. 15.

The overall results of the Special-Needs Survey will appear in the February issue of SBF.

Related Topics: aide/monitor, special needs, wheelchairs

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