The hard economy and surging gas prices are affecting school districts locally and across the nation. Not many local districts are cutting school bus routes or the number of students being bused, but the expense to cover gas is coming out of the district's General Fund.  Students at Burbank-Paradise Elementary school on the bus ready to go home.
The hard economy and surging gas prices are affecting school districts locally and across the nation. Not many local districts are cutting school bus routes or the number of students being bused, but the expense to cover gas is coming out of the district's General Fund. Students at Burbank-Paradise Elementary school on the bus ready to go home. Modesto Bee
The hard economy and surging gas prices are affecting school districts locally and across the nation. Not many local districts are cutting school bus routes or the number of students being bused, but the expense to cover gas is coming out of the district's General Fund. Students at Burbank-Paradise Elementary school on the bus ready to go home. Modesto Bee

Schools Feel Squeezed

August 22, 2008 03:23 AM