Today’s economic crisis has brought about a need in virtually all school districts across the United States to reduce costs.  Policymakers must re-evaluate the purpose for which the school district was established and set priorities based on the needs of the students, not their employees.  These are difficult times for school administrators and school board members alike.  Having had a unique transportation  system at their disposal, often with entire careers devoted to operating it, school district transportation professionals at all levels are naturally reluctant to relinquish their responsibilities or even acknowledge the many changes which have already begun to unfold as perhaps inevitable.  To feel otherwise would be inconsistent with both the dedication and effectiveness of these individuals.  Nevertheless, policymakers must make informed objective decisions based on facts that support the educational goals of their students, not the careers of their employees.












For more information, be sure to visit the Contact Us page.