Recent Examples of busing from the Web
Superintendent Darienne Driver is proposing changes to employee benefits as one way to address the shortfall, in addition to curtailing busing.
Separate from operating money for public school districts and from money used for busing and transportation, capital needs are prioritized according to project scoring by the Office of Management and Budget.
The Bee's stories about the busing scandal won several national journalism awards, and were a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting.
The dual language change will likely mean additional costs for teacher training, which could be covered by grants, and for busing, which would be a cost regardless of where the program is housed, Jackson said.
In the Mat-Su Borough, district officials have proposed major changes to some of its building leases and a busing contract in an effort to save money.
Organizations that advocate for mentally ill people said Nevada's busing numbers seem unjustifiably high.
The district pays a private contractor, First Student, for busing, which cost $18 million last year.
Regular, everyday busing was put in place for the first known time in the district's history, and curriculum was overhauled.
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First Known Use of busing
BUSING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of busing for English Language Learners
: the act or practice of bringing children by buses to a school that is far from the area where they live so that the school will have many children of different races
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