(The Center Square) – Many school districts in Georgia face school bus driver shortages as the COVID-19 pandemic presses amid the return to in-person learning.
Representatives for the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) said it needs an additional 60 to 80 drivers to run all of its regular routes this month, but only four drivers are scheduled to complete training.
School officials now have to pick and choose which students will get transportation. They decided to temporarily exclude children in the school choice programs or charter schools from getting on school buses.
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