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January 2013 Digital Magazine Edition

0113 STN-January cover-DigiLast year, School Transportation News chose to add a new focus to this and future January editions in order to bring more attention to student transportation security. The decision was made well in advance of last month's mass-shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. STN extends its sincerest condolences to all families and friends affected and hopes this month's articles spurs much-needed debate on how to improve school security.


Locating money, support for student tracking programs on buses


Remembering deceased industry leaders; Oregon state director retires; woman convicted of illegally passing school bus ordered to wear "idiot" sign; early results of national loading/unloading survey; and more


It Takes a Village to catch Motorists Who Illegally Pass School Buses


On Guard
Fixed video surveillance systems aren't the only ones minding the bus yard

Information Is Power
New management tools bring transporters the ability to quickly respond to school bus incidents as well as to track and share info

Proper Response
Tactical training for school bus drivers to increase student security

In the Rearview Mirror
Legal expert Peggy Burn's annual compilation of the most important legal developments from 2012


Post-Sandy, Public Schools Calculate Fleet Repair Costs

TSA Provides Federal Security Update to Industry

Despite State Laws, Marijuana Use Still a Disqualifying Offense for School Bus Drivers

Former Company CEO Sentenced to 50 Years in Federal Prison for Ponzi Scheme

Q&A: Blue Bird's Horlock on Market Acceptance of Alternative Fuels


Security Through the Eyes of a Child
By Cheri Clymer


First Take by Ryan Gray
What Is School Bus Security?

Publisher's Corner by Tony Corpin
Preventing Tragedy


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