Parent Apps – Are You Ready?
Parent apps require the combination of safe, efficient student transportation planning working in tandem with routing software, GPS and communications. These entities must work collectively if you are to be successful. A parent app deployment can increase the safety of your students and increase the satisfaction of the community with your operations.
The Mobile World is at Hand
Those of us in K-12 education and transportation are keenly aware that mobile technology is driving the proliferation of smart devices that can easily be carried around. How we live, learn, work and connect is now deeply affected by the mobile world and the applications that sustain it. We are moving away from "using a computer" to having a constant companion device.
Managing the Transportation Bid Process
It’s now Spring, budgets have been completed, contracts are in place, and the last thing you want to think about is your transportation contract. However, now is the time that districts should begin the process of specification and contract development for transportation contracts.
The Superintendency is a resource document to guide shared leadership by School Boards & Superintendents. This resource manual has been developed to assist school boards and superintendents to establish and maintain the effective relationships needed to serve the evolving educational needs of the children and communities.
The Pathway to Success in Tough Budget Times
School districts across the country are facing tough budget times. Transportation as a related service is often considered for budget reductions to avoid direct classroom cuts. There are almost always savings in transportation but the savings may be politically difficult to achieve, which is why adhering to a process is critical.
School Bus Travel Training
School Bus Travel Training examines the training and explores the accommodations that can be made within school bus service for special-needs school bus passengers to develop some of the skills needed for successful community mobility later in life.
Where Does It Say That?
You’re often in a position where you’ve heard something at a conference, or read something, and that nugget of information helps you answer a question or make a point with a colleague. Invariably, you need source information to convince that Director of Special Education, principal, or superintendent that you’re right. This white paper addresses some frequently asked questions.