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02Jun

Act 126 Update for Drivers

6/2/2015| Reference Number : 20.1| School Bus | Act 126 | | Return|

Recently, many school bus contractors have had questions regarding “Act 126” Child Abuse Reporting and Recognition Training for school bus drivers employed by independent contractors that is required by 24 P.S. § 12-1205.6, part of Pennsylvania’s Public School Code of 1949. The most common questions are “what must be taught” and “who is permitted to teach school bus drivers”.

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