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12Apr

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Decide if Pupil Transportation Contracts Require Pre-Approval by the Department of Education

4/12/2022| Reference Number : 259.181| Legal, School Bus | Contract Negotiation, Pennsylvania, Bell v. Wilkinsburg School District | | Return|

A pending appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will challenge existing case law holding that there are no statutory requirements for Department of Education pre-approval of Pupil Transportation Contracts. The case of Bell v. Wilkinsburg School District will be heard in March of this year to decide this important issue. Continue reading for more details.

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