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The district’s middle schools and high school students have always been transported together. One day an 11th-grade boy and 12th-grade girl engaged in inappropriate behavior on the bus. Even worse, it was witnessed by two sixth-grade girls sitting nearby. Parents of middle school students began to demand that their children not be transported with high school students, even though the campuses are co-located.

The district needed help. Edulog’s Advisory Services consultants were engaged to analyze the impact and provide data to the transportation department and the school board.

While it is not possible to quantify the emotional impact of the incident, it IS possible to quantify how the proposed solution demanded by the parents, would impact the bottom line. Would different bell times be required? Would more buses be needed? Are there enough drivers? And what would be the impact on the budget due to increased mileage?

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