Recent Examples of busing from the Web
The Boise School District contracts with First Student for busing services.
In 1968, the Courts again ruled Virginia had not desegregated, and more plans including busing were instituted.
In Poland, the drill involved busing in a friendly crowd to cheer at Trump's campaign-style lines embedded in a major foreign policy speech, countering ideas that Europe abhors the new US President.
Charter schools aren’t required to offer busing or federally subsidized meals, which can deter some families from applying.
There was that whole busing thing, for example, and also reversible lanes.
Past desegregation efforts, based on involuntary busing and selective schools, offered little to poor, nonwhite children.
But fearful of stoking a fresh round of middle-class flight or another busing revolt like Boston's in the 1970s, most cities have shied away from addressing the issue.
Officials and the media reported hundreds of irregularities, including bloody pigs’ heads found outside opposition offices, telephone threats to discourage voters, alleged vote-buying and the organized busing of unregistered voters to the polls.
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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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