Buses drop students off for the first day of school at Richland Creek Elementary in the new school building in Wake Forest. 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.
Buses drop students off for the first day of school at Richland Creek Elementary in the new school building in Wake Forest. 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. cseward@newsobserver.com
Buses drop students off for the first day of school at Richland Creek Elementary in the new school building in Wake Forest. 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. cseward@newsobserver.com

Wake County driver shortage affecting school bus service

October 19, 2014 03:02 PM

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