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Read advice given by law enforcement experts with experience on what school bus drivers can do and what training should be given to students themselves at stnonline.com/go/b8.


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buses in their fleets, and learn from grant expert Joe Annotti the best opportunities for your operation to access Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Fund and reduce emissions. Listen to these and more recorded webinars at stnonline.com/conferences/webinars.


Replacement Obstacles A panel moderated by STN Editor-in-Chief Ryan Gray at the Advanced Clean Transportation EXPO this month allowed a comprehensive look at affording clean school buses. See the perspectives shared by school districts, manufacturers, funding experts and regulatory bodies at at stnonline.com/go/funding.


Web Poll: This Month’s Poll


What kind of school bus Danger Zone training do you provide?


q Driver Training q Student Training


q Both q Neither


Last Month’s Poll


Has a school bus driver’s job gotten more complicated?


Yes = 98%


Visit stnonline.com/news/blogs to learn why TSD Conference attendees view the innovation displayed at school bus trade shows as the “Shark Tank” of the industry and get tips from Robert Leach, “Colorado’s Best Trainer,” on avoiding student injury in the load- ing/unloading or “Danger” zone.


14 School Transportation News • MAY 2018


I don’t know = 1 %


No = 1%


Out of 409 responses, as of 4/12/18


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