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Bringing the hashtag to teacher professional development

It's 8 p.m. on a Sunday evening. Dinner is finished, and the dishes have been put away. It's time to get ready for another busy week at school. For many teachers, this is also a great time to engage in much-needed professional development with their peers. At this hour,...

source: By Brian Stack
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You may think loud kids are the biggest problem school bus drivers face, but these days drivers have to be ready to confront threats of all kind. Recently, bus drivers from across the region met at Roseville High School in California to get some experience on how to respond...

source: KXTV-TV

After more than an hour of discussion, the Cheatham County Commission in Tennessee voted to allow the School Board to use up to $350,000 from the school district's fund balance on a plan to help retain and hire bus drivers. The School Board OK'd the request at its October...

source: The Ashland City Times via The Tennessean

Parents, how many times have you waited with your child at the bus stop in the morning, wondering if it would ever arrive? How often are you waiting and wondering after school? News from the Houston Independent School District may provide some relief. The district is launching...

source: Houston Chronicle

Gov. Sam Brownback has proclaimed Oct. 22 as School Bus Drivers' Appreciation Day in Kansas. Each year, Kansas school bus drivers transport more than 200,000 students in excess of 66 million miles. Kansas currently employs 4,272...

source: Kansas State Department of Education

The Indiana Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case over whether it's unconstitutional to make parents pay for their children to ride the bus to public schools. The high court could reconsider the state Court of Appeals ruling in June that deemed school bus fees violated...

source: Indianapolis Star

As part of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, the U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights issued guidance to schools reminding them that bullying is wrong and must not be tolerated — including against...

source: U.S. Department of Education


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