Labor issues could mean NYC school bus strike
from New York Post
The New York City schools chancellor recently accused the union representing school bus drivers of "jerking our kids around" by threatening a strike that would force 152,000 students to find alternative ways to get to class. "A strike would affect our most vulnerable students," Chancellor Dennis Walcott told a news conference at the Manhattan headquarters of the Department of Education. The children who use the yellow school buses include 54,000 with disabilities, the chancellor said, and the "union should stop playing games, issuing threats of striking" — but not saying which day it might happen.
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