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School Transportation News Magazine | Buyer’s Guide 2019


ORGANIZATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS


1990 to address various small school bus issues. It works 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 Vicki Knox, Interim CEO www.madd.org MADD targets drunk driving violations, and supports victims of violent crimes through public information and lobbying.


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.napt.org Te nonprofit voluntary membership organization represents public and private school transportation professionals world- wide. It advocates safe and efficient pupil transportation and encourages profes- sional growth through lifelong learning.


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


NASDPTS provides leadership, assistance and motivation to the nation’s school transportation community. It also pro- motes safe, efficient, economical and high- quality transportation to school children.


NASDPTS State & National Associations Council (SNAC) 889 E. 17th Ave. Columbus OH 43211 T: 614-365-5263 Jeff Vrabel, Chair vrabel.jeff@gmail.com www.nasdpts.org/SNAC Te NASDPTS State and National As- sociations Council includes state and national associations that support NASDPTS in fulfilling its mission to sup- port school bus transportation from the state and national levels, to the grass- roots. NASDPTS works to ensure safe, secure, environmentally responsible, and high quality transportation to and from school and school-related activities.


F: 518-218-0867


J. Steven Kalmes, President jsktransportationconsulting@gmail.com www.naptfoundation.org Te nonprofit group works with NAPT to: provide resources to help inform local communities about the benefits of school bus transportation; conducts re- search on using environmentally friendly and safer school buses; and provides additional training and educational op- portunities for pupil transportation staff.


National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) 8205 Bristol Ct. Tallahassee FL 32311 T: 850-274-4308 Charlie Hood, Executive Director execdir@nasdpts.org www.nasdpts.org


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NASDPTS Supplier Council adminservices@nasdpts.org www.nasdpts.org/council It consists of the manufacturers, OEMs, and providers of products and services to the school bus industry. It provides lead- ership, assistance, and motivation to the school transportation community and industry. Te Council works to ensure safe, secure, environmentally responsible, yet cost effective transportation to and from school and school-related activities.


National Association for the Education of Homeless Children & Youth 13570 Grove Dr. Ste. 302 Maple Grove MN 55311 T: 866-862-2562 F: 612-430-6995 Amy Beckham, Business Manager info@naehcy.org www.naehcy.org As the voice and social conscience for the education of children and youth who are homeless, NAECHY provides advocacy, partnerships and education.


National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 699 Prince St. Alexandria VA 22314-3175 T: 703-224-2150


John F Clark, President & CEO www.missingkids.com Te nonprofit organization was founded in 1984 to serve as the nation’s resource center on the issues of missing and sexu- ally exploited children. It provides infor- mation and resources to law enforcement, parents, children, including child victims and other professionals.


National Child Care Association 1325 G St. NW Ste. 500 Washington DC 20005 T: 800-543-7161 F: 800-543-7161 admin@nccanet.org www.nccanet.org NCCA works to ensure regulations and legislation benefit children and their parents, by preserving the current mixed delivery system of providers. Tis in- cludes the quality, licensed, center-based members of NCCA.


National Child Passenger Safety Board 1121 Spring Lake Dr. Itasca IL 60143 Amy Artuso, Board Secretariat amy.artuso@nsc.org www.cpsboard.org It maintains the quality and integrity of the National Child Passenger Safety Cer- tification Training Program. Tis program is used to train and certify child passenger safety technicians and instructors. It works collaboratively with NHTSA, which has the ultimate authority on the curriculum and with the national 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 Te private nonprofit membership orga- nization serves the needs of low-income preschool children and their families.


F: 709-224-2122


National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) 1503 Edwards Ferry Rd. NE Ste. 401 Leesburg VA 20176 T: 703-669-6600 F: 703-669-6127 Jennifer Holland, Director, Marketing contactus@ase.com


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