A technician checks school buses stored at Garner Magnet High School as a driver walks to her bus. A shortage of more than 60 full-time Wake County school bus drivers caused by low pay and bad student bus behavior is leading to delays getting students to and from school each day.
A technician checks school buses stored at Garner Magnet High School as a driver walks to her bus. A shortage of more than 60 full-time Wake County school bus drivers caused by low pay and bad student bus behavior is leading to delays getting students to and from school each day. kjahner@newsobserver.com
A technician checks school buses stored at Garner Magnet High School as a driver walks to her bus. A shortage of more than 60 full-time Wake County school bus drivers caused by low pay and bad student bus behavior is leading to delays getting students to and from school each day. kjahner@newsobserver.com

Wake County driver shortage affecting school bus service

October 21, 2014 5:43 PM

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