Education: Report Card

¶In Atlantic City, ten harassed drivers who operate the six special school buses in the northwestern suburban area decided they'd had enough, announced that they hoped never again to have to drive a carload of schoolkids. Their union thought they had valid reasons for their strike. Among them: two boys had threatened to slash one driver with switch-knives unless he drove them directly to their destination; a group of girls had stripped another girl and thrown her panties into the street; students had a habit of hanging smaller kids out windows, of slashing cushions, unscrewing seats, pulling emergency cords, exploding firecrackers,...

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