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www.ase.com It offers professional certification of vehicle maintenance and repair profes- sionals. Its seven ASE certification tests for school bus technicians include body systems and special equipment, diesel engines, drive train, brakes, suspension, steering electrical/electronic systems, air conditioning systems and controls.


National Safety Council 1121 Spring Lake Dr. Itasca IL 60143 T: 800-621-7615 F: 630-285-1434 Deborah Hersman, President & CEO customerservice@nsc.org www.nsc.org Te private nonprofit public service membership organization provides safety recommendations through leadership, research, education and advocacy. NSC publishes materials, offers safety pro- grams to interested parties, and releases public safety announcements.


National School Boards Association 1680 Duke St. 2nd Fl. Alexandria VA 22314 T: 703-838-6722 F: 703-683-7590 Marsha Bernard, Exec.Asst. to Exec. Dir. mbernard@nsba.org www.nsba.org NSBA represents state school board asso- ciations and its 90,000+ local school board members. Along with these groups, NSBA advocates for equity and excellence in pub- lic education via school board leadership.


National School Safety Center 141 Duesenberg Dr. Ste. 7B Westlake Village CA 91362 T: 805-373-9977 Ronald D. Stephens, Executive Director info@schoolsafety.us www.schoolsafety.us NSSC advocates for safe schools that are free of crime, drugs and violence. Its programs improve student discipline, attendance, achievement and school environments. NSSC provides training, technical assistance, legal and legislative aid, publications and films.


National School Transportation Association 623 N. Broad St.


Lansdale PA 19446 T: 703-684-3200 F: 703-684-3212 Maria Battista, Association Director info@yellowbuses.org www.yellowbuses.org Te national trade association represents school bus contractors throughout North America. NSTA promotes and fosters the highest degree of safety in school trans- portation, including working with legisla- tors and regulators at all levels to improve all areas of pupil transportation.


National Truck Equipment Association 37400 Hills Tech Dr. Farmington Hills MI 48331 T: 800-441-6832 F: 248-489-8590 Todd Davis, Board Chairman info@ntea.com www.ntea.com NTEA represents 1,500+ small/mid-sized firms that make, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks and related products. Affiliates include the Manufac- turers Council of Small School Buses and Mid-Size Bus Manufacturers Association.


Natural Gas Vehicles for America 400 N. Capitol St. NW Washington DC 20001 T: 202-824-7360 F: 202-824-9160 Daniel Gage, President www.ngvamerica.org Te national organization develops a profitable and sustainable market for vehicles that are powered by natural gas or biomethane. It represents over 150 companies, environmental groups and government organizations that advocate for natural gas as a transportation fuel.


Operation Lifesaver 425 3rd St. SW Ste. 915 Washington DC 20024 T: 703-739-0308 F: 703-519-8267 Jessica Feder, Executive Director general@oli.org www.oli.org Te nonprofit public information pro- gram works to reduce collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway rail-grade cross- ings, through safety education.


Propane Education & Research Council 1140 Connecticut Ave. NW Ste. 1075 Washington DC 20036


T: 202-452-8975 Tucker Perkins, President tucker.perkins@propane.com www.propane.com PERC advocates using propane as a fuel.


Safe Kids Worldwide 1301 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Ste. 1000 Washington DC 20004 T: 202-662-0600 F: 202-393-2072 Torine Creppy, Interim President info@safekids.org www.safekids.org Te nonprofit organization works to prevent childhood injury, the number one killer of children in the U.S. Almost 1 million children worldwide die of an injury each year, and almost every one of these tragedies is preventable. Safe Kids works with an extensive network of more than 500 coalitions in the U.S. and with partners in more than 25 countries, to reduce traffic injuries, drownings, falls, burns, poisonings and more.


Safe Routes to School National Partnership P.O. Box 44328 Fort Washington MD 20749-4328 T: 503-477-8324 Cass Isidro, Executive Director cass@saferoutespartnership.org www.saferoutespartnership.org It advocates for safe walking and bicy- cling to and from schools, to improve the health and well being of kids, plus creat- ing healthy communities for everyone.


United Motorcoach Association 113 S. West St. 4th Fl. Alexandria VA 22314 T: 800-424-8262 F: 703-838-2950 Stacy Tetschner, President & CEO info@uma.org www.uma.org Andrew Pepin, Executive Administrator andrew.pepin@ed.gov www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/ UMA provides information and support to members who operate motorcoaches, on complying with regulatory agency requirements, plus details on industry trends and marketing. UMA also runs programs on the free, appropriate public education of disabled students, up to 21.


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