My Old School (Bus)

Grinnan, Edward
September 2008
Guideposts;Sep2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p3
The author recounts the lessons that he learned from riding a school bus during his childhood. He also mentions the values and aspects in life that he acquired from the bus driver such as social networks, adult patience and respect. Lastly, he considers bus drivers as vanguards of educational system.


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