The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act includes $30.75 billion for an "Education Stabilization Fund" for states, school districts, and institutions of higher education for costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the U.S. Senate fails to advance the nearly $2 trillion economic stimulus package and lawmakers keep negotiating, the National School Transportation Association continues urging relief for pupil transporters.
The pandemic is having a significant impact on many companies, as they struggle with a swift and nearly complete suspension, or in some cases, loss of business. Industry associations are urging state and federal support.
The National School Transportation Association urges governors and U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to require support for school transportation through the end of the school closures.
In this newly created role, Gary Catapano will help promote SafeSpeed, Magtec's vehicle management system.
From driver appreciation meals to decorative posters and special treats from students, pupil transporters felt the love during the festivities in February.
National School Transportation Association President John Benish Jr. shares how the American School Bus Council's Love the Bus kickoff activities on Feb. 3 affected him.
Pupil transporters don’t have the luxury of relying on assumptions when utilizing resources. Having real and accurate data will spark fruitful conversations about the future of pupil transportation.
As autonomous vehicles become mainstream, safer travel for all may indeed be a reality. The in-between time, though, remains a learning environment for everyone.
The National School Transportation Association's president explains how its comments on pending rules and regulations help shape the landscape of pupil transportation across the U.S.
The association invites U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) on its podcast, “The Bus Stop,” to discuss her journey to Capitol Hill and outline the Stop for School Buses Act of 2019.
Several transportation and safety representatives discuss with attendees the issue of illegal school bus passing and the importance of route planning and prevention with new technologies and practices.
Student transportation professionals are recognized for their remarkable dedication and service to the school bus industry. Awards are also presented to Zonar’s 2019 Don Carnahan Memorial grant recipients.
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