Parents, drivers fight move to privatize bus service in Robbinsdale School District

The union local says research shows privatized busing leads to lower service and accountability problems, but district leaders say it would save the schools $2 million in the first year.
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The union local says research shows privatized busing leads to lower service and accountability problems, but district leaders say it would save the schools $2 million in the first year.

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