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What busing really does to kids

By Francie Latour
March 1, 2009

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WHO EVER LIKED riding the bus to school? In endless teen flicks and in our own psyches, the yellow school bus holds a unique place in the story of how American kids come of age - the flying objects and hard cruelties; the bully, the bus driver, and the outcast you hoped wouldn't sit next to you. (Full article: 1211 words)

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