Georgia has been shifting more of the cost of student transportation, including bus driver health insurance, to school districts, many of which are still suffering from the recession. GBPI’s Stephen Owens offered his thoughts on how the state should reconsider its commitment to student transportation. Read the full story at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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