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School Transportation News Magazine | Buyer’s Guide 2017


ORGANIZATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS


bob@ntea.com Manufacturers of Type A and Type B school buses compose the MCSSB. Te group was formed in 1990 to address var- ious small school bus issues and to work with federal agencies and other industry groups in revising existing standards and developing new standards that affect the industry.


Mothers Against Drunk Driving 511 E. John Carpenter Fwy., Ste. 700, Irving, TX, 75062 T:877/275-6233


F:972-869-2206


Debbie Weir, CEO debbie.weir@madd.org www.madd.org Targets drunk driving violations and sup- ports victims of violent crimes through public information and lobbying.


National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services 8205 Bristol Court, Tallahassee, FL, 32311 T:850/274-4308 Charlie Hood, Executive Director execdir@nasdpts.org www.nasdpts.org Provides leadership, assistance, and moti- vation to the nation and school trans- portation community, and promotes safe, efficient, economical and high-quality transportation to school children.


NASDPTS State and National Associations Council (SNAC) 889 East 17th Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43211 T:614/373-365-5263 Jeff Vrabel, Chair vrabel.jeff@gmail.com www.nasdpts.org/SNAC/index.html Te NASDPTS State and National Asso- ciations Council is comprised of state and national associations that support NAS- DPTS in fulfilling its mission and purpose of supporting school bus transportation from the state and national levelsto the grassroots.


NASDPTS Supplier Council 15307 Indigo Way Middleton WI 53562 T:608/354-7110 Cherie Hime, Admin. & Member Services adminservices@nasdpts.org


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www.nasdpts.org/council/index.html Te NASDPTS Supplier Council consists of the manufacturers, OEMs, and provid- ers of products and services to the school bus industry. Teir purpose is to provide leadership, assistance, and motivation to the school transportation commu- nity and industry. Te Council works to ensure safe, secure, environmentally responsible, yet cost effective transpor- tation to and from school and school- related activities.


National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) 1840 Western Ave., Albany, NY, 12203 T:800/989-6278 F:518-218-0867 Michael Martin, Executive Director mike.martin@napt.org www.naptonline.org A nonprofit voluntary membership organization representing public and private school transportation profes- sionals around the world. Advocates safe and efficient pupil transportation and encourages professional growth through lifelong learning.


NAPT Foundation 1840 Western Ave., Albany, NY, 12203 T:518/452-3611


F:518-218-0867


George (Ed) Donn, President info@naptfoundation.org www.naptfoundation.org Nonprofit group that works in conjunc- tion with the National Association for Pu- pil Transportation to: provide resources to help inform local communities about the benefits of school bus transportation; conducts research regarding the use of environmentally friendly and safer school buses; and provides additional training and educational opportunities for pupil transportation professionals.


National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth 4701 Connecticut Ave. NW #402, Washington, DC, 20008 T:202/364-7392


F:202-319-7523


Barbara Duffield, Policy Director bduffield@naehcy.org www.naehcy.org Te voice and social conscience for the education of children and youth experi- encing homelesssness. NAECHY accom-


plishes this through advocacy, partner- ships and education.


National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Charles B. Wang International Children’s Building, 699 Prince St., Alexandria, VA, 22314-3175 T:703/224-2150


F:709-224-2122


John F Clark, President & CEO www.missingkids.com Non-profit organization created in 1984 to serve as the nation’s resource center on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. Provides informa- tion and resources to law enforcement, parents, children, including child victims, as well as other professionals.


National Child Care Association 1325 G St. NW, Ste. 500, Washington, DC, 20005 T:800/543-7161


F:800-543-7161


Marie Darstein, Executive Director admin@nccanet.org www.nccanet.org Dedicated to ensure regulations and leg- islation are set forth to benefit children and their parents by preserving the cur- rent mixed delivery system of providers. Tis includes the quality, licensed, center- based members of NCCA.


National Child Passenger Safety Board 1121 Spring Lake Drive, Itasca, IL, 60143 Amy Artuso, Board Secretariat amy.artuso@nsc.org www.cpsboard.org Maintains the quality and integrity of the National Child Passenger Safety Certifica- tion Training Program to train and certify child passenger safety (CPS) technicians and instructors. Works collaboratively with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which has the ultimate authority over the curriculum and with the Certifying Body.


National Head Start Association 1651 Prince St., Alexandria, VA, 22314 T:866/677-8724


F:703-739-0878


Yasmina Vinci, Executive Director yvinci@nhsa.org www.nhsa.org Private nonprofit membership organiza- tion serving the needs of low-income


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