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Cleveland City Schools Board of Education talks bus driver shortage

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education met on Monday, covering several items of business.

 

Caroline Corrigan spoke about the school system’s Strategic Plan. Social media growth has resulted in a 78% increase in visits to the system’s Facebook page from July to March, approximately 1,600 impressions a day on Twitter from December to March, and a 79% increase in Instagram profile visits from July to March.

 

Hal Taylor spoke about the transportation system, in which the school system operates a fleet of 26 buses, transporting approximately 1,616 children per day. It was noted that routes have been optimized and fewer buses are in use due to driver shortages. A presentation was given with several options on how to handle the situation.

 

Watch the Cleveland City Schools Board of Education meeting HERE.